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Subject: Gravitons and black holes

Date: Mon Jan 12 10:39:59 1998
Posted by David Bleines
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This might seem a stupid question. I think I sort of understand that 
gravity is caused by an exchange of particles called gravitons.
I think i understand pretty well from a layman's point of view the 
properties of black holes. Do gravitons have to get out of a black 
hole? if so, how? if not, why  not?

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