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Posted by Jake Green on May 21, 2004 13:51:45 UTC

I have a theory of what happens to matter after it passes through the event horizon. My hopothesis is that if matter passes through the event horizon that it is thrown so fast through space that the movement can't be caught by radiotelescopes or any other form of satellites. I also believe that this speed is not fast enough to create a warp through time. If anyone would like to prove me wrong please do.

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