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Why Are You Interested? Stop The Bickering

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Posted by Jhary on August 23, 2000 16:45:15 UTC

First off, why are YOU interested in Black Holes? I mean, you are reading this board, right! So you want to know more or want to teach others interested in learning, right!

Some posters here obviously have a lot of knowledge, pmb, mathman, ZC etc. Why the photon are you arguing? Quibbling about definitions of invariant and constant serve no purpose except to score points off`a each other. People make mistakes, terms are used loosely even by professionals. Learn to live with it and each other. Lighten up a bit, chill out, enjoy.

Jhary A`Conel

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