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    When a star implodes it creates a positive area of space (anti-matter) where empty space would be considered neutral and matter would be considered negative.
    Matter is considered negative space because where matter is space is not, it is the absence of space. Neutral space is neutral for obvious reasons, it is the base amount of space.

    This would make a black hole a form of planet almost being that it would maintain it's own equal but opposite ripple in space as matter.

    As the two combine in equal parts they create neutral space, the idea that there is a gravitational singularity is a logical impossibility anyways.

    If this theory is correct then it cures every infinite equation that the current belief of black holes leave unanswered.

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    First, let me move this to New Hypothesis and Ideas.

    Second, qué? I suggest you read up on what anti-matter means. Anti-matter has the same gravity associated with it as normal matter, i.e. a glob of anti-matter weighs 1kg instead of -1kg.


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    Yes it does, i got lost in thought and misspoke about something else. anyways the idea behind an equal bend in space would maintain that the anti matter has the same gravitational weight. the weight would disperse as the two matter and antimatter combine however because the bend would be essentially flattening out as it equalized.
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    Well that is not actually what happens, by direct observations and current theory. Matter and anti-matter annihilate each other, but they don't simply disappear. They produce an amount of energy in accordance with the E=mC2 equation. This energy, usually in the form of photons, still produce gravity.
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