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Black Holes, Please Forgive Me If This Is Wrong, I'm A High School Student

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Posted by Bomb_Technician/">Bomb_Technician on April 11, 1999 03:13:07 UTC

inside, supposedly, there is nothing, ths singularity contracts to an object with 0 mass, which helps me answer your next , i think, if something gets sucked inside, it never reaches the singularity, if something that has infinite mass, it warps Space-time so much, it never ends, it becomes an infinity itself, although a person going in the black hole, past the event horizon, wouldn't know a differenc, ever, if someone had been watching him, he'd dissapear, i think, because relative to the watcher, the guy in the hole would have been moving faster than the watcher at least, from what i know, this could happen

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