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Re: Anti-matter Blackhole??

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Posted by Zephram Cochrane/">Zephram Cochrane on October 17, 1999 22:58:54 UTC

: Would this be any different to a blackhole made of collapsed matter?

: How would two black hole's -one of collapsed matter/the other of collapsed anti-matter interact??

The most general solution for a black holes metric that we currently have an exact solution for in a Kerr-Newmann hole. This hole is only characterized by its mass spin and charged. It does not account for baryon or lepton number. In fact a good number of physicists are convinced that these are the only three distinguishing characteristic a black hole can have. Because of this we only modeling the opposite charge scenario can be done without significant speculation. In the case of opposite charge the merger of the two in a collision will emit energy in an electromagnetic pulse as well as a gravitational wave pulse and if they are equally opposite in charge they will neutralize each-other.

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