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tommac
2008-Sep-25, 08:42 PM
Dont know how to word this ... and not sure if it is really a question or an observation. Maybe just need some help organizing my thoughts.


lets take a volume of empty space. lets say 1 light year cubed. Lets say it is just a large void with almost nothing there. Now a SMBH passes into that volume. Doesnt the volume itself change? I mean a because space-time warping that volume can store more right? supposedly the EH can have infinite contraction of space time right? How many gumballs can we fit into the light year of empty space-time, how many can we fit into a LY^3 with a SMBH in it, and how much could we put in if it was semi filled with dark matter?