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Re: Re: About The Speed Of Light

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Posted by Babelon on December 31, 2000 10:42:02 UTC

ok,
I agree with your explanation.
But if the speed of a particle crossing the event horizon is c, then its mass should be inifite and its size sould be 0
the mass should be m'=(gamma)m
and the size should be l'= l /(gamma)
with gamma = 1 / sqrt(1-v*v/c*c))

Are these formulaes still true ?

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