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RE: RE: A Question....

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Posted by Jim on October 4, 2000 19:15:58 UTC

I`m not sure about the evidence for primordial black holes...but the difference is that primordial black holes would have formed during the very early universe (right after the Big Bang) whereas other black holes are the end stage of large stars. Also, primordial black holes are much smaller than black holes from stars.

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