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I've Found A Way To Create A Black Hole In A Contoled Enviroment

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Posted by wyatt bonnette/">wyatt bonnette on January 20, 1999 09:05:24 UTC

what sources would a black hole be good for? and if a black hole is created by pushing and pushing and etc. of pushing on a atom it creates a black hole right?, well then could it be done on a single atom? alright now this is a single very roughly done theory but here it is. create a sphere, somehow placeing what ever atom u wish to put in now adding presure until the sphere reaches it limit, then put another sphere around it adding more pressure to the out side sphere, then more to the inside util the out side reaches a max, now, looking at the inside, u have 3x or something, increaseing, and increaseing the out side reaches a max, now putting more pressure on the inside will take some more think, but if u put another sphere on the out side sphere and do it all over again, and again, again, the inside sphere will increas over and over adding more presure, eventually the inside atom will calasp won't it? then a black hole will be created. but i have no numbers to prove anything, and it may take alot, and i mean "ALOT", of spheres to do this and as far as i know, this may not even work, but if anyone is interested write me at


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