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Re: What Is At The Middle Of A Blackhole?

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Posted by janelle on May 31, 1999 00:54:45 UTC

: : : ok i understand that a blackhole is a sun that : has collapsed in on itself but is there anything : at the middle of a blackhole after the sun : collapses like is there a piece of the core left : there or is it just a hole like if i made a hole : in a piece of paper : : that is my question and if there is something at : the middle left over from the sun and it has this : strong magnetic pull could we not say that after : all the suns which can make it to the stage of a : blackhole and everything in the universe is : devowered by the blackholes would they start to : pull on each other and if so what happens when two : blackhole colide with each other and what happens : when all the blackholes colode if there is some : sort of matter left at the center of a black hole : and since all life and light and everything as we : know it is gone because it has been sucked into : the blackholes than mabey when all the blackholes : colided this is the big bang mabey it just keeps : happening over and over a big bang happens and : sometime down the road everything becomes : devowered by blackholes they than start to pull on : each other and when they colided them bang

: : this is just something i thought up one day : : but is there anything left at the middle of a : blackhole what does it look like

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