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

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Posted by Bruce on March 2, 2001 06:30:19 UTC

Actually the mass of a black hole where gshell=gEarth at r=2M + 1/10 meter would be ~ 8.463x1028Suns. Nothing you said can be verified using the physics of GR. I can write down the derivation from the rain metric which shows all paths (including light trajectories) lead to r=0 once they cross the event horizon. Can you show me why this isn't true?


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