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Re: Event Horizon

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Posted by Robert ( Crash) Barbrow/">Robert ( Crash) Barbrow on June 16, 1998 21:53:00 UTC

Time doesn't in the sense of the word stop it slows down considerbly but it doesnt stop.

If all of a sudden a black hole formed in you monitor you wouldn't feel the affects of the time distortion and dialtion because you would be in it. every one out side it would becasue they would see you going realy slow.

This is all theroy and much of that therory is mine . no one really knows what goes on inside a black hole's event horizon because no one has ever been in one ( and if they have they havent come back) or seen in side one because light can only go one way form there on in and that straight to the singularity

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