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Subject: Why aren't black holes infinite?

Date: Wed Nov 10 17:30:45 1999
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Black holes have infinite density, infinite pressure, infinite 
temperature, and infinite gravity, gravity decreases proportionally to 
distance, and the last time I checked, dividing infinity by anything 
resulted in infinity. So, why don't black holes  go on forever? Thanks.

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