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Re: Time Slowing Down Question.

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Posted by Alexander on February 9, 2001 00:22:59 UTC

Time dilation inside ball will be a 1.5 times more than just outside of the ball ('cause grav. potential inside ball is 1.5 times of the surface value). If object is smaller than its gravitational radius, then time dilation inside event horison becomes imaginary - so I do not know how we can compare real and imaginary components of time, or what other measurable properties imaginary time has.

Anybody with information about solutions of GR equations inside black hole?

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