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Re: Gravity Can Escape A Black Hole?

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Posted by N/A/">N/A on August 5, 1999 01:41:29 UTC

Think about gravity. If you drop a ball it goes towards the ground. If you drop a ball in space what does it ALWAYS do?? You should know! Gravity can escape a black hole by going the absolute speed of light. Albert E. always said that you most go TWICE the speed of light to time travel. Can gravity time travel? At what rate is it's top speed? Obviously gravity does go the absolute speed of light because it can escape a black hole. Only things that have the capacity of going the speed of light or faster can escape. I think that gravity may be faster then light. Think about that!

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