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Principle Of Universe-How Can You "See" A Black Hole?

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Posted by Forshang/">Forshang on April 16, 1999 00:54:19 UTC

How can you "See" a Black Hole?

How can you "measure" the life span of the Universe?

How could you expect to fully understand the Universe through telescopes?

I have a brand-new thought of Black Holes.

http://www.forshang.org/ninthseal/universe/universee.htm

Appreciate your time and sincerely waiting for your ideas!!

Forshang

info@forshang.org San Francisco, CA Los Angeles, CA

  • Black Holes, Time Travel,and Principle of Universe

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