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Posted by Jonathan Marting/">Jonathan Marting on April 24, 1998 18:03:08 UTC

To be perfectly honest, I'm writing a novel and it's about traveling through a black hole. I've heard that to go through a black hole you'll have to go through it a the same speed it's spinning or what ever. That isn't possible because you'll be crushed. Well I was thinking maybe making something "like" a tunnel going that speed so the inside of the "tunnel" was regular time a then you could pass through without trouble. Can you tell me if it could be done, if at all possible?

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