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RE: RE: Things Far Away

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Posted by Va King on September 20, 2000 08:13:28 UTC

Thanks, very informative. I was thinking perhaps blackholes naturally start as one thing and evolve into say a galaxy in there later life. Especially if all galaxies have them...or maybe what we call blackholes are really something else we haven`t figured out yet. Just the current piece of the elephant. Have quasars somehow figured into the generation of blackholes? Would a quasar be more dense or less than a blackhole? I don`t seem to hear about them anymore.

Thanks again for your time. I am enjoying the discussion and information very much.


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