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Re: Death Of A Blackhole

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Posted by Astral Python on November 29, 1997 11:16:36 UTC

: In my studies in Blackholes I have discovered that Blackholes do not die! Weird. If it begins as a collapsing star and ends up as a hole in the realms of time and space, What do they just sit there forever!

: I was hopeing that someone could let me know their theory. I need this info by November 30.

:I think that Hawking believes that blackhole "evaporate" over time what this means I do not know, but it is somehow a factor of their mass, something like 70 billion years anyway they virtually last fareever considering the universe is only 15 billion years old. I don't have any info on the theory but I hope I was of some help!

ASTRAL PYTHON (THINK MONTY)

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