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Posted by blackout/">blackout on May 26, 1998 01:39:44 UTC

I was sitting here wondering, probably stupid or thought of already but since the hubble has discovered that the galaxy is expanding outward, if a person was to enter a blackhole that even light couldn't escape does that mean that the black hole is faster than the speed of light. and if that is true than couldn't a mass of particles enter the blackhole and be spit out at speed of light dispersing the many particles and the realigning them when the particles finally slow down when they hit an opposing force.

I am not a scientist or physics major so be nice!

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