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Re: Time Travle Trough A Black Hole

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Posted by Professor Rim/">Professor Rim on October 28, 1999 18:01:28 UTC

RE: Time Travle Isn't wonderful that the amount of [E] energy spent upon this subject-time travel-far exceeds any real effort to put forth such a vechile that can travel at, or very close to, light speed. Traveling through a black hole is no joke as the exteriour and a lot of the interiour of one's craft would be most likely damage to the extent of having to dispose of the vechile. The time-space distortion occures when traveling at or above light speed. This is a FACT! I hope that you enjoy this very brief bit of factual information. Professor Rim

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