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Re: Blackholes/planet Explosion

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Posted by robert barbrow/">robert barbrow on April 1, 1999 20:17:17 UTC

: : : Well I think when a star's mass is greater than it's critical circumference, the star's gravity forces the star to implode.

: Correction, this should state 'star's mass is lesser than it's critical circumference'

i like to think of it like this

remember the last time you made a snow ball

you can make the every day run of the mill snow ball or you could make the one that could kill that girl you dont like.

you have a star ( snow ball) its fine and dandy becuase it makes enoghf energy to push keep its self pretty unifor and un deninse then something happens and the star stops runs out of fule or something gravity makes it collapse in on its slef ( your hands makeing the patty morison death ball) it colappses on its self

no imagen that your hands get stronger the smaller the snow ball gets it still has the same weight but its smaller making it more diense so you have the gravity feild of a big snow ball but its really tiny

what if you could bring this to the bink

if you snow ball were the size of a large star and it just kept colapsing anc colapsing

you would get a snow ball that was so small that it was just a point no hight with depath just there

light coulndt get out and neighter could that little girls because to get out you have to move faster and faster till u would have to go faster than light to get out and you cant do that

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