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Re: How Would A Black Hole Appear In A 1-D Universe

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Posted by J. on January 15, 2000 04:26:58 UTC

: In a 1-Dimensional universe, that is where position is defined by 1 number, either positive or negative, what would a black hole look like? : If there was life in a 1-D universe, what would it look like, and what would it see in terms of the black hole.

: Marc

We live 1-dimension world.

2, or 3, or more, is only, mathematic dream of something more.

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