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Re: Anti-matter Blackhole??

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Posted by Jimmy Of York on October 24, 1999 00:45:21 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??

: An antimatter black hole in our universe would be a 'white hole'- it would pump out mass and energy that it accquires from its matter side (our black holes would be white holes on their other sides too). : The interaction of a black and a white hole should be like how a proton interacts with an electron in a plasma, the proton being similar to the black hole and the electron the white hole.

I just had to say, I love this stuff, it's probably some of the most interesting stuff i have ever heard.

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