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Posted by John Reyes on January 28, 2001 21:34:17 UTC

If blackholes exist and the galaxies are moving away from eachother then how is it possible that matter can fall from all given angles to puncture a hole in space thereby creating a fixed position for a galaxy .

Some will say that it is the space inbetween the galaxies that is expanding , I would accept that answer if it were not for the nail in the board effect a blackhole has on a supposedly expanding space , especially when we have galaxies coming towards us and others .

Science may have convinced the world that these blackholes exist but you have to take into consideration what I have mentioned above , why you may ask , well simply put a blackhole having such a fantastic power and rate of collapse that is able to crush matter out of extinction as science makes them out to be fails then to realise that such a force of gravity seems to be greater than the expanding universal constant .


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