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Scwarzschild - De Broigle's Equations

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Posted by Matey Protitch/">Matey Protitch on June 24, 1998 03:53:56 UTC

According to Schwarzschild's and De Broigle's equations, (1) h/mc = 2Gm/c^2 if we have m = Plank's mass.

In the case:

(2) h/mv = 2Gm/c^2 it is possible for the mass to be greater, of course at v < c.

The meaning of these equations, in my opinion, is that every mass, greater than the Plank's, has it's Schwarzschild radius, existing really, despite the mass isn't collapsed.

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