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Is Their Fusion In A Blackhole?

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Posted by Rich on January 7, 2001 03:23:11 UTC

I'm a novice scientist. I'm really an engineer with an interest in atsrophysics, I know, what a loser.
I don't think its possible for fusion in a blackhole because there are no atoms or molecules. Its filled with objects that have had their space and time portions ripped apart from each other.

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