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Re: Black Holes

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Posted by daViper on July 14, 1999 23:17:18 UTC

: What is a black Hole, how are they formed, and do any exist in our milkey way? A black hole is the absent of matter and light. Some exclame a black hole is made up of anti matter while others exlcame that it is made up of matter in an extreamly condensed form. If anti matter is considered to be matter in an extream condense form, then such a responce could possibile be formed, although I don't agree with that trend of thinking. How are black holes formed? When a solor system or a star system colapeses inward on itself and the density is to the point that nothing can escape, then the begining of a black whole is being formed. Special types of raido telescopes have been used in unision through the world to locate "black holes" with in our solar system. This does give us something to think about. Professor Rob :::::: Well! I must say after this truly revealing discourse on the formation of Black Holes and in particular, the number of them in our "Solar System", please tell me where I can enroll in the Physics program you graduated from and were awarded your degree.

I can see you REALLY have a handle on this.

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