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Originally posted by LastOutfiniteVoiceEternal
reply to post by drsmooth23
I can't say exactly what a black hole is or how exactly it functions. I do know what I've heard, theories and speculations. All I can do is logically disprove them. A black hole certainly doesn't have infinite mass and that's the fact.
The sky appears as a vast darkness with spots of lights and clouds of dust, but astronomers have discovered that the stars and galaxies we can see are embedded in streams of light stretching between inky voids, forming a wispy invisible structure called "the cosmic web." This "framework" for the universe contains visible matter that we are all familiar with but 80 per cent of it consists of dark matter, the matter that astronomers only know to be there because of its gravitational tug on nearby objects. The structure, and how it glues the cosmos together, poses one of the next big challenges for astronomy.
Originally posted by Osama Bin Laden at Area 5
Originally posted by drsmooth23
reply to post by Osama Bin Laden at Area 5
well i just threw a cat up into it, and a taco came out. dont get to excited, it didnt have any cheese on it.
well how can i turn myself into a light being or highly charged nuetron