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Re: Perhaps There Are Particles...

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Posted by Alexander on January 17, 2001 23:28:50 UTC

Interesting, that we live in the largest black hole you can find around (the Universe itself, if it is closed: its mass-energy gravitationally bends 3-D space into 4-D sphere with radius equal to visible Universe and nothing can escape from it, thus the Universe may qualify as the biggest black hole).

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