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Re: RE: What Causes A Black Hole ?

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Posted by Dawn on November 4, 2000 19:30:47 UTC

Going on with your analogy, if gravity doesn't reverse, and the "slob" is too fat to get up and go to the bathroom, and he just sits there, eating everything that can not escape his gravitational pull, what would ultimatly make HIM collapse into a singularity? What would make HIM condense into nothing but an in-escapeable gravity? That is what I would like to know.

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