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Re: Something New To Look For.

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Posted by Alexander on January 22, 2001 23:03:13 UTC

When photon was moving with high energy hf near black hole, total energy was enrgy of BH + energy of photon. As photon moves up, BH gets heavier, and photon-lighter. Ef photon was emitted below event horizon, it eventually loses all energy and disappears, but BH gets heavier by exactly hf/c^2 mass.

About ascending energy. By definition color of photon is its energy, so it is always with the photon.

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