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Posted by Astrophysicist on May 5, 1998 19:00:06 UTC

I know of two books that deal almost exclusively with black holes and which talk a little bit about primordial black holes: Clifford A. Pickover's book Black Holes: A Travelers Guide, and Black Holes and Time Warps by Kip S. Thorne. Both offer huge amounts of information about black holes, and Black Holes and Time Warps covers a collossal amount of other types of physics as well.

: Does anyone know where I can get some more good information on Primordial Blackholes... you know those jupiter sized blackholes formed imeadiately after the big bang which Stephen Hawkings suspects exist and account for enough mass to eventually cause the collapse of the universe.

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