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Posted by Shineablo/">Shineablo on May 27, 1999 17:26:37 UTC

I am very sure someone before have came up with this, but to remind everyone what black hole is, I would like to make some comments.

1. Black hole is not a hole. It is a large (Many times bigger than a sun) massive star. 2. Black hole is so massive, (Larger, more the gravity) and so dense, (Planet Mercury would be dense than earth, but because of the gravational pull, which is less than earth... Planet Mercury is not dense than earth... If earth was the same size as Planet Mercury, it would be less dense...) it compresses itself into smallest object possible. 3. Black hole has so much mass and density, it will pull light into it. (every one alredy knows this) 4. Black hole is an object, with such high density, it is nearly unlimited energy. This wouldn't make too much sence to many people, if you want this to be clearified, please mail me.

Simplified...

Black hole is a matter with great mass and density, formed by unlimited energy.

Please, read and respond, and if it isn't too much trouble, mail suggestions and comments. Thank you.

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