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RE: Could Black Holes Just Be An Object Headed For Us?

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Posted by Greg Armel on September 26, 2000 17:30:14 UTC

Black Holes were predicted to be a plausible result of Einstein`s Gravitational Theories long before any were actually detected in space. Thus, the nature of Black Holes is consistant with the mathmatical depiction of the infinite collapse of matter whenever a sufficiently large quantity of mass occupies a sufficiently confined area of space.
They are, in fact, what they are reputed to be. :o)

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