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Full Acceleration In 3 Dimentions

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Posted by will/">will on February 9, 2000 01:14:25 UTC

well since i ask ed about relativity i might as well throw a unintelligible comment on what i have though about black holes

im not a physist wish i coulda been one but im not

as a object falls into a event horizion in 3 dimentional space the gravity is = to a acceleration of the speed of light thats what the event horizon is

if i understand that right the point were gravity is so powerful it could accelerate a object in theory from no motion to the speed of light instantly

thierfore once a object has full acceleration in one direction hasnt its propertys changed fundamentally because if the speed of light is the maximum accelleration then all its fields assuming they move at the speed of light and its energy now become the propertys of a object in two dimentional space and thierfore act like a 2 dimentional object within 3 dimentional space retaining its gravity

to say a field cant be moveing at the speed of light in two directions it must be moveing in one direction with its partical or it would have to be said that a feild can move faster than light

my email name didnt show on my last post so if u would like to send me a response email me at

that is the only way i can visualise a black hole

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