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Re: Re: Re: Re: Relativity Of Event Horizon

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Posted by Bruce on February 23, 2001 21:40:36 UTC

The distance to the event horizon is finite. Solve the integral, I posted, for r1=2M and r2=2M+1meter. For any r to r=2M. The mass of the black hole is at the singularity and everything else is a vacuum solution. Your saying there is only one reference frame which is the far away observer. There is also the local observer. Even the far away observer can determine that the distance to the event horizon is finite.

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