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Posted by Astrophysicist on May 2, 1998 10:05:29 UTC

Nobody is sure if blackholes are gateways to another universe, or even to another point in our own universe, since nobody has ever gone into one to find out, and since the laws of physics tend to break down at the singularity (except for quantum mechanics, but that's so wierd that it doesn't count!)So, niether opinion is wrong yet, due to the uncertainty principle (sorry, I jusr couldn't resist!). But, YES! Black holes CAN, and almost always DO increase in size. There is no maximum mass for a black hole. I posted some pages with a lot of info on black holes on one of melony's inquirys. Check 'em out! Hope I helped to clear up some stuff!

: Black Holes are said to be a gateway to another universe, or other times and spaces. : Is this true? : Or are they just "Black Holes"? : Can Black holes continue to increase in size and therefore, one day, get so big that they suck in Earth or even the whole universe????

: Elizabeth

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