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What Does Star Death Have To Do With Anything?

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Posted by Joe Antognini on January 4, 2002 06:18:19 UTC

Well, I don't know- please tell me. I quoted this- "The most drastic consequence is that a black hole, left alone and unfed, should radiate away its mass, slowly at first but then faster and faster as it shrinks, finally dying in a blaze of glory like a hydrogen bomb." Notice that he did not say the cause of the star's death. If that does have anything to do with anything, please tell me. (P.S. if the universe will end in a Big Crunch, my theory still fits.)

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