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Posted by pmb on March 28, 2000 23:30:43 UTC

Re - where does all the matter and and stars and light go when it enters a black hole? - The key to your question is the word when sinceit implies and observer. An observer outside a black hole looses all contact with the matter which falls in.


re - out the other side of course and creats a light hole. - However, one can speak of time from the falling observer`s frame of reference. But any and observer will eventually be destroyed. However we can still speak of the remaining matter. What you call a light hole others call a white hole.

re - black holes are about the size of a pin head... - Actually the size is typicallyt defined by the size of the event horizon. But you probvably mean the singularity. Classically it has no size.


re - ..so our intire universe was created by the creation of a black hole from another universe. - This doesn`t follow from what you`ve stated above. Simply because there is energy comming out of a singularity does not mean that this energy is a universe.

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