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Quatium Singularities

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Posted by Mike Hollis on November 14, 1997 15:53:36 UTC

Quick question. A quantium singularity has infinite density, right, and due to that fact it must have infinite mass unless it has a volume of zero, and if it has infinite mass then everything would be attracted to it at an infinite speed. So the whole universe would not exsist the instant a singularity is formed so.

If you have any knowlage about this please leave a response here.

Thanks for reading.

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