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Re: Gravity Can Escape A Black Hole Because!!!!

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Posted by 8eth Holling5ead/">8eth Holling5ead on February 23, 1999 11:37:06 UTC

Gravity can Escape a black hole because According to Halkings equations some energy can. This energy is re-distributed through the Time Field that is all space. This Time field can be thought of as a Fluid of ever-reacting Sub-sub-sub-sub Atomic particles that is 1X10^-11 meters and 6.64X10^-64 energy. The energy for these particles...and there are an infinate number of them at any given time. Produce the Zero Point energy... Plank's Constant....They also Result in the jump of Electrons around a nuclus.... Play a part in the Nuclear Strong Force...and Week Force And State the Temperature for Absolute Zero. Notice the new Discovery in slowing the speed of light using Super Cooled Goo. These Sub-sub-sub atomic particles help define how time flows....and define how light Travels. they also help define how Space is curved. these particles are not affected by Gravity much because they are too small....and light weight. and low in energy....That is how they can Escape a Black hole. But it's the mass in the location of the black hole that does affect these reactions. It causes them to Go faster. this Curves space....the effect we know as Graviatation. There is much more to this. E-mail me @: if you want to know more.

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