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Re: What Happens To Energy When It Hits A Black Hole?

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Posted by Zephram Cochrane/">Zephram Cochrane on September 26, 1999 02:18:28 UTC

: So then, what happens to energy when it hits a black hole?

It depends on what's falling in it, what kind of hole it is etc..., but for the most part nothing unusual. The energy of the typical particles falling in contributes to the mass of the hole.

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