Black Holes Abound In Early Universe
Black holes may be featured in "Star Trek" and "Event Horizon," but they're not just the stuff of science fiction.Full Story
#1 Jun 16, 2011
This is stupid! How can the collapse of a giant star create a black hole? Did it somehow increase its gravity by black magic when it collapsed? Nonsense. If its gravity was so powerful before it collapsed, then why wasn't it gobbling up other stars before it collapsed.
The belief in invisible black holes is as dumb as a belief in a religion with some invisible god.
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