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Re: Black Holes.. Are We Wrong?

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Posted by Richard/">Richard on June 10, 1999 14:38:23 UTC

: Could it be concievable that we are conpletely wrong about this.. suppose, for a moment that Black holes are not caused by anything, and are merely as old as the universe, perhaps a black hole is something that has existed since the "big bang" perhaps black holes are not an excess of matter but merely areas where no matter exists. Iin other words, what i'm trying to say is that maybe the space in our solar syaytem is not truely a vaccume, and black holes are. The "space" that is between the planets did have gasses and such before it formed the sun and the planets. What i'm saying it that black holes are accual 3D holes in spece.. extremely vast and the space around them is slowely fillin gin these "holes" in space. (or you could consider it to be happening quickly, depending on how long you think that it takes to fill in a hole that is millions of light years in volume....) Also this would go to say our galaxy/universe is still forming, and hasn't yet finished it's developement. furthermore, it is to say that the lifetime of a sun is the blink of an eye to the "birthing time" of the universe.

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