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Re: Anti-matter Black Hole, Paradox Black Hole

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Posted by Arron Tinsley/">Arron Tinsley on June 8, 1999 16:59:43 UTC

I think the theories by Todd B. are childish and unsupported by any hard evidence. To overlook such ideas is absolutely absurd. How can you just propose that another universe exists right on top of our own. The effects of such a phenomena would by no means go unnoticed by modern technology. To say that the other universe is just "phased out" is ridiculously ambiguous. Another flaw in your theory is how the matter and anti-matter can be connected. When they come in contact the annihilate each other, therefore for two opposite universes to be connected by a "worm hole" impossible. The "White hole" on the other side could not spew out the matter that the "Black Hole" took in because the black hole takes in matter, and the white hole would spew out that matter into a universe of anti-matter. The other universe would not be at all parallel to ours because it would constantly be bombarded by the matter of our universe until our two universes cancelled each other out. More evidence please. Arron Tinsley

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