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Old 02-23-2006, 05:03 AM
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i'm researching information on black holes and want to build a model of some kind. anyone who has an idea on how to do this, i could use some help. thanks. zaw
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Well, since Black Holes can be twice as heavy as the sun, why not compare the sun to one.

Or show a Black hole and how it has a strong gravitational force. Like planets and/or stars being sucked into its suface.
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i do not get how u r going to build a black hole...cause like smarty C said it is twice as heavy it is those ideas were great so u can make a whirlpool and dye it black.............that is how it would probaly work better
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thanks for some useful info. i'll probably just show the end result of how black holes work. (my project is called: Black Holes - Suck) i have tons of research and art to explain it all. i appreciate the help though. zaw
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Research Stephen Hawking. He is the best expert in the world on black holes. Just Google Stephen Hawking, and it will come up with plenty of stuff on what a black hole is.

P.S. This post isn't neccessarily for just Zaw. It's for anyone with black hole projects.

Thanks for your time, and I hope I helped someone out there! =)

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