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Posted by Joe Antognini on January 25, 2002 04:00:27 UTC

How did I change words in midstream? The theory still holds true. Time is not absolute. As an object falls, its time slows down, and before it can cross the event horizon, the universe has collapsed, because the universe's time has not slowed down. The object literally doesn't have the time to cross the event horizon. The universe has collapsed before it reaches the point of no return. So, if 'changing words in midstream' has anything to do with this, please alert me.

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