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Re: What Would Happen If...

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Posted by Jon Thompson on April 24, 1998 22:14:24 UTC

Ok, I was just having this conversation with a friend today....they gave the same question. I told her that it is possible to go through a black hole, if it was lined up to another black hole, making a wormhole, that groovy bend in space time. Well, if you were going the speed of light or so, time around you would seem to stop, and the speed of the spinning and the crushing power of the black hole would have little affect on you if you were going the speed of light. I think you would shoot right out the other side. Although black holes hold back even light.....hmmmm.... oh well. peace

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