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Re: Where's Astro?

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Posted by Astronomy Net Editor on August 14, 1999 15:42:03 UTC

: Hey Astro...where are ya buddy? I haven't seen your post in a while, and just wanted to let you know I finally took that quantum mechanics class and that it cleared a lot of things up and also opened up some new doors. :)

I think you are mistaking me for someone else. I used to post here but not under the name Astro. However, I used to look forward to your posts as they were usually on the right track.

Since you have taken a course in QM let me ask you the following: how is it possible for an object to collapse to a black hole without violating the Pauli Exclusion Principle?

I havn't seen "astrophysicist" in quite awhile.

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