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Offline tianman32

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There is no black hole in the universe
« on: 24/10/2005 11:44:33 »
There are five kinds of force in the universe:bond force,strong interaction exchanging pi-mesons,quark confinement and weak interaction.Quark confinement leads to the coupling of attraction and repulsion and the production of four seasons' movement.Five kinds of force automatically combine to form inorganic life bodies.There is no black hole in the universe.


 

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Re: There is no black hole in the universe
« Reply #1 on: 22/11/2005 02:51:49 »
Yes there are.
 

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Re: There is no black hole in the universe
« Reply #2 on: 23/11/2005 10:28:43 »
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Yes there are.


Very succinct :D

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Re: There is no black hole in the universe
« Reply #3 on: 08/12/2005 09:59:49 »
I only counted four!

Ignorance is no proof of existance / non existance.

Amazing leaps of deduction/intuition usually need a wipe with a soft white toilet tissue.

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