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Re: Possible Mode Of Space Travel?

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Posted by yong/">yong on May 29, 1998 02:11:36 UTC

: Everyone knows that large densities curve space, well wouldnt it be possible for the gravity of a black hole to be so great that it would cause space to not only ripple, but overlap? And if that is possible why wouldnt it be possible to travel to any point in the galexy once an object enters the event horizon. e-mail me on this

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