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Re: Black Holes

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Posted by yanniru/">yanniru on October 29, 1999 12:12:11 UTC

: : I need to know where the matter that goes into a black hole comes out at?

: : Why must it come out anywhere? .....

: Because of the wormhole topology associated with black holes.

yanniru here: The membrane at the central singularity of the black hole separates the matter just outside the membrane from the unified field, a matterless, massless vacuum just inside the membrane. It's thought that the membrane amounts to a phase change in which the incoming matter is destroyed.

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