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Re: Re: Re: Time Slowing Down Question.

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Posted by Alexander on February 9, 2001 20:16:57 UTC

Yes, show how to derive this metric. Is it continious for a free-falling observer when he crosses Schwartzchild radius 2M?

The thing is that what distant observer considers event horizon (EH) is not what the close one to the horizon sees - for the close observer (in a stationary reference system) the EH seems to be twice smaller than for the infinite one. Also, the coser you are to the EH, the father away it seems for you due to space contraction, right?

So how does metric of a free-falling one changes when he moves from infinity to singularity?

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