Black Hole

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Black Hole

Slang; a project that takes an inordinate amount of time to complete. For example, if a contractor spends so much time on one client that she cannot devote enough time to other clients to satisfy their needs, the first client is known as a black hole. The term is most common in accounting and auditing.
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These results, together with the successful explanation[ for the so-called spiral galaxy "dark-matter" effect afforded by the new theory of gravity, implies that the Newtonian theory of gravity [1] is fundamentally flawed, even at the non-relativistic level, and that the disagreement with experiment and observation can be of fractional order [alpha], or in the case of spiral galaxies and blackholes, extremely large.
Pace VanDevender said the fireball which made the 20ft square was caused by a mini blackhole.
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