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Black Holes As In-Sink-Erators

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Posted by Robert Garfinkle on September 4, 2001 02:07:55 UTC

Is a black hole a "manhole" or "garbage disposal", so to speak?

I see matter/antimatter or whatever being sucked/draining into black holes. Is whatever sucked/crushed being turned into "compost" for the next set/generation of matter/antimater?

Please clue me in.

Drawn into the question... (All pun intended)

Rob

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