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Posted by mradul sharma/"> mradul sharma on December 1, 1999 02:36:57 UTC

all the theprems of Hawkins are based on the fact that finite mass black holes exist. but if it is so then gravitational collapse will continue forever!!! which indicates that finite mass black hole doesnt exists. and if it happens then all the "Singularity theorems of Hawkins will become invalidated!!!!!!!" i need some discussion on it.Response is awaited.

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