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RE: RE: A Question On Black Holes

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Posted by chsham on September 8, 2000 08:19:45 UTC

Perhaps someone misunderstand my question.
I should state my question clearly:
1. Gravitational force occurs between two massive object ONLY when they exchange gravitons.
2. Gravitons travel at the speed of light.
3. Black Holes are massive.So, by General Relativity (or simply say Newton`s Theory of Gravity ) ,it attracts other objects by means of gravitational force.
4. NOTHING can "escape" include light,from the inside of event horizon.
5. This means that the GRAVITONS EMITTED BY A BLACK HOLE IS ATTRACTED BACK.
6. This means that NO GRAVITONS CAN "ESCAPE" FROM EVENT HORIZON !
7. This means that there are no ( or little, because other objects also emmit gravitons) gravitational force occured.
8. So, HOW CAN BLACK HOLES ATTRACTS OTHER OBJECTS BY GRAVITATIONAL FORCE ?

I hope someone who is a expert in this topic can answer me ? If yes,I`ll feel happy.




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