John Clark writes:
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I'm not sure where the uuencoded block at the end comes from, maybe an
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John's article from last month at
http://www.lucifer.com/exi-lists/extropians/2403.html describes the
physical model behind this. You would only see black holes if the
universe has multiple spatial dimensions, which has to be considered
pretty questionable at this point. I don't see much that is new in this
press release from UCSB, I think they are still talking about the same
CERN accelerators that we discussed last month?
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