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

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Posted by Jimmy Of York on October 24, 1999 00:40:26 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).

I know absolutely nothing about astronomy, i'm just guessing

Would something caught in the exact center of two black holes with equal forces be ripped in half?

And if it were a third black hole caught in the exact center of two black holes, each with greater force than it, would it be forced to pull apart into two seperate black holes until each one was destroyed by the other two?

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