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Posted by richard/">richard on April 2, 1998 21:38:48 UTC

Knowing the nature of those B.H. my guess is after compressing enough matter, their density becomes such that gravitation becomes infinite and therefore the curving of space-time becomes infinite too. which means that the matter inside is sort of sent to eternity. i mean that even the split of a second in there corresponds to eternity here which means that the matter inside comes out of space-time and finds itself beyond ready for any metaphysical posibilities. it could be that this matter goes to create another universe by the process known as big-bang.

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