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Re: Relativity Of Event Horizon

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Posted by Bruce on February 22, 2001 23:45:00 UTC

The absolute event horizon is at r=2M and is proportional to M. The local shell observer or local freefall observer at the event horizon has to use SR to evaluate their local spacetime. This frame is not the remote frame of the Schwarzchild metric. The event horizon can't get smaller unless the holes mass is decreasing.

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