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RE: Re: Anti-matter Blackhole??

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Posted by John Klem on August 3, 2000 02:52:12 UTC

From what I understand, Black holes lack charge. They are large spherical balls of neutrons. When a mass has enough gravitation force to devour photons...(light can`t escape), it then becomes a sigular mass.....alright, maybe it`s not nuetrons, but it has to be something of neither possitive or negative charge...even at a subatomic level, positrons, or anti-protons could not hold themselves to that type of force....likewise with electrons and protons.

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