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according to TLC the universe is full of black holes. they are the basis for all foundation. there is a black hole in the center of the milky way. this balck hole is the reason we exist. i am not kidding. this was on tv tonight. not fooling, this is real. they really said all this. its a pretty scary thought, so go ahead and drop this to the bottom. lets talk about boobs instead
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See them for yourself...... [url=http://antwrp.gsfc.nasa.gov/apod/ap021018.html]At the Center of the Milky Way[/url] [url=http://antwrp.gsfc.nasa.gov/apod/ap021025.html]Journey to the Center of the Galaxy[/url] [url=http://antwrp.gsfc.nasa.gov/apod/ap021128.html]The Supermassive Black Holes of NGC 6240[/url]
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It's true ... they only recently worked out that back holes are the glue which keeps galaxies together. What else is going to have that amount of pull in such a small space (apart from Christina Ricci?)
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One theory states that the universe is a frothy soup of black holes, most of which are on the order of only a few Planck lengths long each. These holes are constantly being vaporized and created. Another theory states that the ass-end of these massive black holes are massive explosions on the other side of the universe and are responsible for the creation of the heavier elements, those whose production requires more energy than the average star can provide.
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Coaster anybody with a brain that big has gotta get a headache sometimes. Oh, I also noticed your right brain was slightly larger than your left brain. Space. The final frontier. NASA Science News for December 9, 2002 The Geminid meteor shower, which peaks this year on Saturday morning, Dec. 14th, has begun. Unlike the recent Leonids, which were nearly overwhelmed in some places by moonlight, the Geminids of 2002 will not be dimmed by a glaring moon. These meteors come from a curious object--a "Twilight Zone" cross between a comet and an asteroid--called 3220 Phaethon. http://science.nasa.gov/headlines/y2002/09dec_geminids.htm?list80892

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