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No black holes?

  1. May 6, 2005 #1
  2. jcsd
  3. May 6, 2005 #2


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    That article is gibberish. For example, how is a reader to make sense of this:


    Added that looked too deeply into the site itself (this article reads as though it were written by a young child, so this may be an elementary school newspaper published online), but I did read the disclaimer at the bottom of the page stating that the views expressed in the articles are not necessarily those of the publication.

    Perhaps some light could be shared out what the author was trying to get at by researching this Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory physicist "George Chapline", whom the article referenced. I'm going to surround around at Livermore (online) and see if I can find that name, and the work to which this article was referring.
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