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Re: How To Control A Black Hole ?

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Posted by E. B. on November 26, 1999 14:20:35 UTC

No. That would be a paradox. To "time travel" you will need to go through a black hole. According to Einstein this a paradox. The energy that we need to make us go faster than the speed of light is at the end of a black hole called a "white hole". There is no way that we can go the speed of light because in order to get to a white hole we would need to travel through a black hole. Not to mention that it would taken billions of years to even reach a black hole in the first place. This means that if you were to theoretically travel in a space-ship to a black hole you would need billions of generations of people. Hope I answered your question.

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