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Posted by William Ernest Magarowicz/">William Ernest Magarowicz on February 17, 1998 17:29:50 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).

I guess I did do the reply correctly, Cool!

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