Black hole

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A '''black hole''' is a region of space in which the gravitational forces are so great that even light (and other forms of electromagnetic radiation, except in certain special cases) cannot escape its pull. The existence of black holes were predicted theoretically
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A '''black hole''' is a region of space in which the gravitational forces are so great that even light (and other forms of electromagnetic radiation, except in certain special cases) cannot escape its pull. The existence of black holes were predicted theoretically from [[Albert Einstein|Einstein's]] [[theory of relativity]] before any observations were made confirming their existence.
  
 
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A black hole is a region of space in which the gravitational forces are so great that even light (and other forms of electromagnetic radiation, except in certain special cases) cannot escape its pull. The existence of black holes were predicted theoretically from Einstein's theory of relativity before any observations were made confirming their existence.

Religious implications

to be written...

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