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RE: Atoms Inside The Black Hole & White Hole

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Posted by John Rohde on October 22, 2000 02:51:23 UTC

first of all a planet like our with 1 tenth the volume would have a radius only about .45 times what it is right now... not that of a golf ball.
And yes a black hole rips all matter into its properites of mass, spin, and charge.
And yes a not`so`black`blackhole does create matter (to a certain extent) using virtual pairs and the radiation of it into our universe (if whiteholes exist that is)

what was the question?

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