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A Conceptualized Composotion On The Meaning Of Black Holes

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Posted by Elisabeth Lebrecht, student on September 27, 2000 00:31:31 UTC

I`ve been theorizing the existence/purpose of black holes of our universe after two weeks of extensive research on the subject. What I`ve come up with thus far is that it is a natural configuration of atoms that remain luminousless after all chemicall reactions. They do generate electricity, but without the byproduct of light. An unorthodox/foreign set of physics must enable the absence of this product, thusly, explaining its unfamiliar nature. What these electrically charged particles combine to do is serve as the universe`s " clean sweep," to prevent possible, fatal asteroids that might encounter the earth. I need to hear all biased opinions to form a formidable thesis. PLEASE RESPOND!!!!

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