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Re: BLACKHOLES

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Posted by Zephram Cochrane/">Zephram Cochrane on January 4, 2000 10:15:30 UTC

: Astronomers have observerd voids in space -no stars no matter nothing-some of these voids are as large as 400 million light years across(that about 4 times the size of our Galaxy)

: No satisfactory explanation has been offered for these -indeed observations such as this put the Big Bang theory in serious doubt.

No they don't.

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