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Posted by Michael W. Pearson on December 12, 2001 22:22:38 UTC


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Yanniru wrote:
According to General Relativity, mass and energy are equivalent. So it may be argued that gravity is not affected in the transition from mass to energy. But since this is happening at the Planck scale or close to it in the singularity of the black hole, all bets are off. No one can even guess what is really happening until we get a theory that unifies quantum mechanics and general relativity.

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