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Re: Re-post; Blackholes Point Of Draw Question?

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Posted by Morgan Storey on January 24, 2000 14:03:08 UTC

: Just think of a blackhole as a planet with an enormous gravitational pull. Now make it invisible in your head, but opaque to light behind it. Now can you picture it?

No point talking down to me, I mean it is always in the media represented as a hole with one flat 2d entrance, but in theory wouuld it be 2d flat or 3d ball?

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