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It Seems A Logical Argument -

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Posted by Michael Wright on November 28, 2001 03:10:41 UTC

- with an unstated but clear conclusion.

"If gravity interacts via the "graviton," and nothing can escape the grips of the black hole, then how do the gravitons escape the black hole in the first place?"

It seemed to me that you were implying that gravity cannot escape a black hole.

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