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Re: Can Two Black Hole's Exist Side By Side??

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Posted by R.T./">R.T. on October 16, 1999 23:36:52 UTC

: Just far enough away so that they don't collapse into each other??

Yes they can.

: What would occur at the point where the forces's of each where in exact balance??

Nothing very special except perhaps a low energy zone being created (like an astronomical freezer).

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