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Ah, Okay.

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Posted by Michael Wright on December 14, 2001 20:40:55 UTC

I too am of the newer, more-than-3-dimensions school. I did not mention them because it seems they are only inkoved when they are needed and I did not think that they were needed to explain anything.

But I don't think gravity escapes a black hole. I think that to a graviton there is nothing to escape from, since it is not affected by a huge masses. I think that the graviton just walks right out without any resistance.
We agree that they certainly leave black holes but I was not clear on what you meant by escaping. I thought you meant a struggle to leave, like photons near the event horizon.

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