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Posted by Richard Ruquist on November 28, 2001 14:21:38 UTC


My guess is that if your are at the event horizon as seen by a distant observer, you then look in towards the singulareity of the black hole, and see a point where space is moving away from you towards the singularity at the speed of light. That becomes the new event horizon for an observer on the distant-observered event horizon.

New question: what is the dependence of the speed of space sucked into the singularity as a function of radius?

In a solution for the distant observer and a non-rotating black hole, time becomes the real radial coordinate inside the event horizon. I presume that for the local observer, it becomes real at the new inward shifted event horizon. So by moving the observer into the black hole with the flow of space, we can determine the flow of space throughtout the entire black hole. Do you know if this solution is available?


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