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Posted by Morgan Storey on February 18, 2002 04:05:03 UTC

Well from what I read of the article it did say that the people that worked out this theory, the only reason they worked it out was because they thought there were some obvious flaws in the thory of blackholes.
I realise that blackholes do suck in even space around them, but the only thing I think is that theoretically something cannot go faster that the speed of light (the speed limit of the universe...LOL) and that theory is broken if anything falls towards the singularity of a blackhole as you would fall faster than light.

And 26 dimensional, how do you work out more than 4???

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