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A Clock At Singularity........

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Posted by Bruce on March 5, 2001 03:44:54 UTC

Let me check this out. The tool I used (the rain metric {those equations}) to answer that question says that after the freely falling observer crosses the event horizon he starts going backward in time and the rate of the ticks of his clock increase as he crosses the distance from the event horizon to the singularity. Let me check this out with somebody I know and I'll get back.

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