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Posted by William Ernest Magarowicz/">William Ernest Magarowicz on February 17, 1998 17:19:13 UTC

: How can it be a hole if there is nothing to be a hole in? Whoever thought this up must be an idiot! HELLO? AWNSER. HI.

Aye Rick, I don,t know how to reply on these wacky computers, can't you just push a button? And I work at the Computer Services installing all kinds of systems, wierd ain't it! Anyway, as far as I can gather so far, a BH is an old star which has collapsed in on itself because its outward energy can no longer sustain it great mass, and once this has occured, it is now free to exert its total gravitational/mass energy on external mass/matter/energy, kinda reversing the flow of energy I guess. And I want to make this my life's work just so I can apply it to my studies in Psychology, weird ai'nt it! (Another alternative to the BIG BANG) My version would be more like (BIG BANGS) Please excuse my intrusion upon your note, I'll try to figure out how to apply the re function! Later, Billy (Caveman).

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