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Posted by skippy_efa@mindspring.com on May 16, 2000 16:23:09 UTC

I just finished watching a sci-fi show involving an Einstein-Rosen bridge and a black hole. There exparementing with the wormhole an send a team out to explore the planet they connect to. latter, the sun of a nearby solar system collapses. The people from earth reestablish the wormhole and find that the images they get have redshifted and that time is at a standstill. Would this realy happen? I know that the redshift is from light being streched, but would time slow down? If so, why?

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