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Re: Anti-matter Black Hole, Paradox Black Hole

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Posted by Robert J. Palmer, also 18 years old, England on February 1, 1999 12:34:50 UTC

: : Anti-matter Black Hole

I would like to remark on Erik Helvard's Theory 1. Not only do we observe a gravitational field strength of immense magnitude (due to the infinitely dense nature of the matter within the singularity), there is also a very detectable quantity of X-rays emitted at the event horizon. X-ray imaging of the sky shows that black hole are not at all uncommon. To say that black holes bend even light is not in my mind particularly spectacular. Since all matter has mass, all matter has a gravitational field, so all matter bends light (even the matter in your hand, imperceptably). It has been speculated that matter and antimatter are constantly being created and destroyed at the event horizon. It has also been calculated that space-time at the specific event of the singularity is infinitely curved. We all know that space-time is flexable (one of the possible reasons gravitational fields - as a result of gravity - exist at all). It is possible that the curvature of space time within a singularity causes a 'tube' of space to be pulled out (like a string of gum from a lump). If two black holes of similar nature connected in this way (in the same universe or a different one entirely), what could the conceived as a worm-hole could be created (think of two folds in a piece of paper at different angles connecting to form a bend trough).

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