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RE: Re: Thoery On Black Hole 4D

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Posted by dojang2000@aol.com on July 6, 2000 16:00:48 UTC

more importantly, objects DO appear contracted when they are traveling, but that view is relative to another person at a stand-still position.so, if a three dimensional object were to be pulled closer to a black hole, and eventually its singularity, (and since not even light can escape a black hole)the force would be so great that the part of the object closer to the hole would be more distorted than the part further away than the hole.

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