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Re: Go Back To The Drawing Board.

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Posted by Gauldin , Edward on January 1, 2001 05:42:37 UTC

Please do go back to the drawing board, way back
I think you are trying to apply subjective judgements to events you truly have no data.
Try to imagine these events with real objects
not just through formulas. When you say something
approaches zero there is much you don't say (myself when I here people use language like that
it makes me think they just want to sound cool)
I think the questions you need to ask is how close
to zero does it come in relation to max attained
speed and how quickly does it arrive wherever it
seems to terminate. I would also like to comment
on the free use of the term infinite as long as you have a reference to judge something by you cannot speak of it being infinite. I think what
you are trying to say is that the event horizon
would not appear at all, it would be invisible.
But instinctively I feel something is often
left out of these little diatribes which is the
nature of the universe to try to reach a state
of equilibruim . I also try to keep in mind
that none of these objects are in a static state
and that all our perceptions are afunction of light. I apoligize for my spelling and word choice
but it is late

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