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Old Sep 7th 2009, 06:06 PM   #41
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Originally Posted by Deco View Post
Words like "let's pretend", which you use in your videos, just take away from the credibility.

Also, you have V = mc^3. Again, no one knows where you got this equation, and how does mass becomes volume?

The reason I use words like lets pretend Deco is because 19 years ago, the universe was nearly figured out. Then we got the hubble telesceope and things changed radically, it is changing radically in our life time.

I use lets pretend for the event Horizon, because WE have to pretend, matter can not look into an event horizon and see the other side.
please check out the utube video Deco again, your excellent at math can you help me get jet cone dynamics of quasars or data of jet cone dynamics to prove or disprove this idea?

YouTube - kevinmorais's Channel

This can put the idea to rest

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Old Sep 11th 2009, 11:36 AM   #42
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Can black holes create space time

Hi here is my idea in video format, please check it out and if you can help I would appreciate it.

Thanks

YouTube - Black holes create space time

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