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Re: What Is At The Middle Of A Blackhole?

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Posted by Kevin W Golden/">Kevin W Golden on February 18, 1999 19:30:15 UTC

If a singularity exists and this math model shows that it does exist. How do we not know that at this center this planet resides...I've heard that if space is traveling away from us this concludes that if falling into an event horizon everything is in a movement away from the window of reference. We must conclude we our the observers within this region of darkness...for light and darkness is all around us it was swallowed up in to the fall.......

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