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Gravitational Effects Can Be Outside E-horizon!

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Posted by William Ernest Magarowicz on February 27, 1998 15:27:14 UTC

Say for example that all that exists in space are two average black holes. No other matter would interfere with the workings of these two entities, in fact they would be totally self contained, EXCEPT! for one tiny little fact, matter attracts matter, and regardless of the distance, the mass/density and event horizon, there WILL be an attraction, rather limited, even minute at first, but given the wonderfull eternity of time and space, they would eventually build up a tremendous amount of (KINETIC?) energymomentum, the greater the distance, the greater the velosity would become. So, I must restate my previously posted message, BLACK HOLES ARE THE MAIN MACHINARY INVOLVED with big bangs and new cycles of galactic regions of the INFINITE UNIVERSE. Would anyone like to comment, agree, disagree, reasoning? See ya, Billy :)

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