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Re: Is Their Fusion In A Blackhole?

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Posted by Gauldin , Edward on January 7, 2001 04:25:07 UTC

I am a novice as well , but as I understand the
original big bang theory. Everything started from
an intense super dense blackhole exploding outward
from that I assume that some re-fusion has taken
place. I envision that in an exsisting blackhole
elements may be being formed that have never been
seen or can exsist anywhere else. I question
the assuption that the gravity in and around
a blackhole would rip apart atomic structure.
One of the things I wonder about is what causes
gravity , I think it must be related to the forces
that actually hold atoms together. Anyway I hope
I made some sense

Later Edward

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