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Re: Gateway To Where?

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Posted by Jon Thompson/">Jon Thompson on April 27, 1998 15:39:52 UTC

Black holes are not gateways to different times, nor "dimensions", although, theoretically, they may be a gateway to different parts of space, if you examine the conditions of the Event Horizon theory. They are not that mysterious, well, not nearly as mysterious as some make them out to be. (hint hint) lol. Every star with enough mass, therefore not including our sun, will inevitably become a black hole, or a white dwarf. They will not increase in size infinitely, although I am unclear on what happens to them after long periods of time. If someone has the answer to that, please inform us of it. Thanks.

Peace Jon

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