Here team members will thank everyone and everything that made this web site possible.
First, we would like to thank our wonderful coaches: John Brishcar and Angelo Machipisa.
We would like to thank ThinkQuest for letting us enter their wonderful contest and for posting this web site on their web server. Thank you for giving us the chance to create a wonderful web site.
Ben would like to thank the following people for for their invaluable help in developing this web site: Jim Harbison, Bob Nahory, John Wullert, Harry Gilchrist, Carolyn Keck, Irene Kramer, Elaine Frederick, John Brishcar, Glenda Diem, Cheryl Clougher, Karen Apgar.
Ben would like to thank John Brishcar for letting him come to his class and helping him to expand my knowledge of HTML and the Internet.
Ben would like to thank Glenda Diem for helping him get into Mr. Brishcar's class and always encouraging him to do his best.
Ben would like to thank Jan Kulick, for always letting him come into the library and do research, try out the "A Brief History of Time" CD-ROM, or whatever.
Ben would like to thank whoever made the Brief History of Time CD-ROM, which has helped him on my project.
Ben would like to thank Stephen Hawking for writing "A Brief History of Time" and "The Cambridge Lectures: Life Works," which have given him some insight onto why black holes "ain't so black" and many other areas of physics.
Ben would like to thank Kip Thorne for writing his book on black holes, "Black Holes and Time Warps: Einstein's Outrageous Legacy," which has helped him immensely in understanding not only black holes, but many other parts of physics.