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Re: Re: More On Photon In Gravitational Field

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Posted by Jim Bergquist on January 29, 2001 06:57:16 UTC

To explain everything I would have to write a tutorial on differential geometry. These are just the equations of motion for a photon in the gravitational field surrounding the singularity of a "black hole". Save the URL for the Photon.htm webpage and check back next weekend. I need to redo the page to clearify a few points and maybe include a diagram explaining the parameters involved. I'll try to remember that I am writing for someone else and not just making notes for myself. This was my first effort in creating a webpage so please be patient. I think I'm getting the hang of it. My primary goal in the current page was to post the equations of motion for the photon and show a few of the possible solutions.

Regards, Jim

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