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You Have Asserted That Waves Ignore Black Holes, Passing Thru

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Posted by Box Holder on March 22, 2002 01:03:05 UTC

You wrote that waves ignore black holes, passing thru them...that at least is the obvious result of asserting that the waves fill the entire universe. You wrote this as if anyone who disagrees or didn't know that IS AN IDIOT.
Yet, it might not even be true.
If you are saying there might be a hole in the wave matrix or even a non-wave geometry where a black hole sits...well, then I was right. But you already said I don't know what I'm talking about. Want some company is why you said that.
Whoa!
Thank you.

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