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From: mary whalen <marewhalen@yahoo.com>
Subject: (urth)  Re:  Black hole vs. wormhole
Date: Mon, 6 Jul 1998 09:41:22 

This is Sean Whalen (prion).

All right, I think Damien Broderick's evidence shows conclusively that
a black hole could exist inside the sun.  However, I still don't think
that this is what happened to Urth's sun.

First of all, liberation of energy from matter by gravitation is much
more efficient than doing so by fusion.  It seems that using a black
hole would actually cause the lifetime of the sun to dramatically
increase as a main sequence star.  Why would Urth's sun become to weak
so quickly if this were true?

Finally, how do you plug up a black hole?  A black hole takes in
matter, a white hole puts out matter.  As the black hole takes matter
in, it grows.  Putting a white hole by a black hole would cause the
black hole to enlarge, not plug it.  Since the two objects can's
occupy the same space, it also seems that there would be an
unbalancing effect caused by the unequal push of the energy of the
white hole in one direction and the suction of the black hole in the
other.  This would probably make the sun be turbulent, rather than

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