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Posted by magar_we/">magar_we on February 25, 1998 15:46:35 UTC

: I believe that black holes exist, simular to our : limited understanding of them. : I believe that the big bang theory is somewhat correct, although : I do not think that all matter comes together in : any one place at any one time. : I believe the universe is infinite, not just in a : comparison to our notion of time and space, but : the pure truth, we are a poor primitive intelligence : at the moment, but we may live as a species for a long : time. : Currently we on on the brink of breakthroughs and : disaster, survival or death, I dont know which : it will be, not even the universe knows, or cares. : Black holes simply form, consume (gather!) and : redistribute matter through the universe at a very : slow pace in comparison to all the matter, which is : hard to comprehend because if there is no end to the : universe, is there a specific amount of matter/energy? : Anyway, the black holes ultimately begin attracting : eachother, from who knows what distances, how big they : can actually get? : The speeds the may attain in there travels toward eachother. : Would there be any matter left between them if they are : attracting eachother, would it have already have gathered what there was in between? : When they 2, 3?... collided, would it be a direct hit every time? : Could they miss eachother and fly out toward our : galaxy, would it be more than a split second and we : and our entire system of galaxies be gathered? : Could we avoid it? Currently:(. : Can you imagine the energy to be released by : two black holes of average size colliding at : the speed of light, or more? or even half that? : The mass and energy would be a much stronger than the : big bang from a black hole exploding : from its own pressure . and this is impossible anyway, is it not? : I am interested in all of this, but ultimately want to apply it : to humanity, like reality=hope=strive=success=survive! : So before I can give humanity the hope and understanding and acceptance : I must find the truth myself, and it is so damnd slipery. : I know I am not Bill Nyie the science guy, but I would apprecieate : your comments and anything else unbiased and possitive you have to say. : Thanks, Billy (Caveman) :)

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