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Posted by Rich on January 8, 2001 14:14:33 UTC

that may exist only in a blackhole, but as to their properties, it is right now impossible to understand or comprehend because we don't have the mathmatics or science to define the interior of a blackhole as of yet. As to E = mc^2, blackholes do exhibit alot of energy, so there wouldn't seem to be any energy loss when the matter is ripped apart.

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