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Re: WHY???

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Posted by CL/">CL on September 13, 1999 03:45:28 UTC

Time stops, space comes to an abrupt halt and drops off into a higher dimension ( like a four dimensional hole ), an opening in the fabric of space and time where the two were curved and distorted so violently that they were torn apart. A nothingness, not space nor time nor matter nor anything else exists under a vail we call the event horizon. A one way gate to another universe not crosable because the laws of this universe do not permit. An exotic analomy of the laws of physics that permits for them to be broken......or does it? An abstract mathematical pinpoint at which the universe comes to an end..........Not interesting? Half the things phyiscs speak of will probably never be witnessed in my life time or anybody's that should ever exist, but does that make a reality any less interesting? Great minds seem to always wander to the far reaches of the universe,.....maybe that's the closest we'll ever get to those places. I may never see a black hole but it is still a very interesting part of our universe.

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