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Black Holes Do Not Have Real Time

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on April 5, 2001 17:01:52 UTC

Well, to say it more precisely, GR has time characterised as imaginary, except inside the horizon of a black hole where it becomes real.

Shouldn't we expect some similarity with the Big Bang?

If so, then time as we know it would not exist in the big bang, especially during inflation where space is expanding much faster than the speed of light. Quite similar to black holes absorbing space faster than the speed of light, but not exact. Worth thinking about. There are string theory(Italian school) with time existing before the big bang.

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