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Re: I Think That They Suck Eachother In (it's All Relative!)

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Posted by Clinton Shelley/">Clinton Shelley on May 11, 1998 00:05:12 UTC

I think I have heard this theory before. If the balance between them is correct, they both orbit each other in the same fashion any other object in space would. If one contains more mass than the other, it will swallow the smaller one. Just like normal gravitational physics. As far as I know twin black holes revolve around each other like double stars!

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