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RE: RE: RE: RE: Center Of Our Milky Way...

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Posted by Va King on September 16, 2000 12:12:15 UTC

Yes indeed. (longer than the current age of the universe?)
I guess my argument is with the age of the universe... and the big bang theory also. A little knowledge is a dangerous thing.
I guess what you are saying is that if we see them everywhere in space both near and far we can assume they still exist. I was just wondering if they could be a phenomena of the birth of the universe.
One of the links speaks of a floating blackhole not associated with binary stars or galaxies. http://antwrp.gsfc.nasa.gov/apod/ap000119.html

This one must have been a real loner.

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