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#21 14 years ago

*Shrugs* The exit to a black whole perhaps? Or maybe one of these 'wormholes'




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#22 14 years ago
DarthMaulive heard they last a couple of seconds then die out.

Not true...they last a long time....several thousand years, possibly




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#23 14 years ago
ZeRoNiTeAnyway what's a WHITE hole i heard somone mention?

I think you mean white dwarf, or did you really hear about a white hole?




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#24 14 years ago

A 'white' hole is a quasar




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#25 14 years ago

I just read about it, opposite of a black hole it is..It can only spurt things out rather than suck things in.

But i don't think they actually exist..




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#26 14 years ago

I think they do...




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#27 14 years ago

yay! This is my field, Quantum Physics!

Anyway, put simply, take the sun and smush it into the size of a tennis ball. Now, seeing as only space has changed, and not mass, the Black Hole will still have the gravity originally possesed in star-form. Now, much like if you magnify the light of the sun in a magnifying glass to fry the occasional ant and G.I., the gravity of an entire sun is concentrated on an object as small as a tennis ball. Naturally, it then applies more force to an area basically it applies 10^30 × 2.0kg worth of force into a mass of roughly 57g, which, in lamens terms, is A lot.




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#28 14 years ago

Thats not alot really....

The Rail guns on the navy battleships, the prototypes, launch the rails @ 45,000 g's




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#29 14 years ago

Some think they lead to another universe. That smart guy in the wheel chair, Hawkins, changed his theory about shit never caoming out of it.




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#30 14 years ago

Smart guy in the wheel chair?

Never heard him described that way....I usually hear 'Genius' or 'brilliant'....

He has Lou Gerigs (sp?) disease.....but he is a very smart man