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Re: Miniuscule Black Holes

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Posted by Robert Barbrow/">Robert Barbrow on March 3, 1999 12:04:03 UTC

: I'm heard that there black holes so small that they're billions of times smaller than a atom. I'm wondering if anyone generous enough may provide me with info on this topic thank you

in theroy the singularty at the middle of a black hole is always smaller than anything we can imagen its infinaly small it is simply a point in space thats becuase it has infinet density

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