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Ed Seidel on-camera: text

It starts off, if you have two black hole sitting apart from eachother, there are separate horizons, or sort of separate bells inside which you can't get any information out. as they get closer and closer, suddenly they become one bigger horizon and that means that a new black hole has formed which is just the coalescence of the those two, and it turns out that that horizon oscillates just as it does in the case of a single distorted black hole.


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