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RE: Atoms Inside The Black Hole & White Hole

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Posted by Atri on October 23, 2000 22:58:13 UTC

No one said 1/10th. It is (1/100th) that the size would be reduced to or smaller because of the density of atoms being different the average size of the planet will be between the size of a Tennis ball or a Golf ball if all the free space of every atom, which the planet is composed of, was to be removed. Atoms are made of 90% or more free space.

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