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Re: Anti-matter Black Hole, Paradox Black Hole

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Posted by Shelly/">Shelly on January 14, 2000 02:33:36 UTC

: Anti-matter Black Hole

: : I believe that the Anti-matter recently discovered coming out of the center of our galaxy could be the evidence of other universes. : If there is matter possibly flowing out of a black hole it could leave you to many theories. The fact that this might be anti-matter also gives us a few possible hints to what Dark Matter might be and other unknown or little known things in our Universe.

: Theory #1. : The possibility that there might be a parallel Universe exact to our own but just made of Anti-matter. The two Universes might coexist together right on top of each other or maybe phased out to prevent us from detecting the other Universe. If this is true then the only way for us to see (detect) the anti-matter Universe, is to have the matter phased in. this would lead me to believe that on the other side, the Anti-matter the exact but same Black Hole or more properly called White Hole should be spewing out matter. I believe that the Anti-matter Universe would most likely have the exact same characteristics and laws of the matter Universe but the only difference would be that it is made of Anti-matter.

: Theory #2 : The Anti-matter stream coming from the center of our galaxy could also be evidence that other universes exist. This black hole might in fact be a Worm Hole to possibly another universe or other place our universe which is so popularly thought. This other universe is most likely made of Anti-matter. It is possible that black holes could actually connect universes, again stated widely. I always thought that a black hole could really be a worm hole.

: Theory #3 : What if a black hole is a paradox in itself. This is very hard to fathom because in a way every thing would be opposite in itself. But this may actually work out. If the black hole some how reversed or went ahead or back in time to an extent this may be what the singularity really is. Therefor if you went into a black hole you could theoretically be stuck in time. This may be one reason why we can only detect so much in a black hole. Maybe a black hole warps time and space so bad that there is no time and no space in the singularity. Hence another reason to the undetectable nature. Or maybe one of the two donít exist any more or are warped to the point they hardly exist at all.

: : Computer Systems Technician,

: Todd B.

HI Tobb B. I am a freshman in high school and my teacher challenged us with an extra credit question. He started by telling that when he was in school he had a teacher that told them that everything in this world is matter=something with weight and takes up space. Well him and his buddy's thought that there must be something in this world that is not matter. So him and his friends started looking and they came up with something that the teacher said may not be "matter". He didnt tell us what that thing was that he had showed his teacher. I thought that anti-matter might have something to do with this. Is you have a answer for me or could help me in any possible way then I would really appreciate it. Thank you much.

Sincerely, Shelly

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