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Posted by Jimmy Of York/">Jimmy Of York on October 24, 1999 15:42:24 UTC

: Ok, before my message I just have to say that i'm probably wrong becasue I know NOTHING about astronomy other than things I found on the net for the past 4 days.

: Ok, If there were an extremely small black hole with an event horizon with a radius of say, a foot. If that black hole passed through the middle of something, i mean like there was a sheet of metal about 3 yards by 3 yards and the middle of that sheet was in the event horizon, but the rest wasn't, would the entire sheet kindof implode, or would only the stuff indide the event horizon, leaving a hole in the sheet?

Alright, another stupid question.

Say there were two black holes with exact force, could it be so that their event horizons overlapped, causing anything within the overlapping part to stay suspended within it?

what if the thing suspended in between the two holes was another black hole?

That brings up another question, what if a wormhole was next to a blackhole, could the black hole suck things out of the other side of the worm hole?

And, if all the blackholes sucked in everything else in the universe, would they all eventually be pulled into one black hole? kinda like the destruction of the universe, and then it gets so dense that it explodes in another big band?

I'm just thinking out loud, so feel free to tell me i'm totaly wrong.

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