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Hawking Radiation May Decelerate

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Posted by Joe Antognini on January 13, 2002 17:44:55 UTC

The official title of this is: Hawking Radiation may Decelerate Through Time Dialation due to Proximity to an Event Horizon of a black hole. The title bas wouldn't fit it. Oh well. Anyway, I have been thinking about the effects of Hawking Radiation and time dialation. Logic tells me that it must decelerate as one gets closer to the event horizon. If 'x' amount of time passes for an observer who is far away from the event horizon, he sees a certain amount of Hawking Radiation. For an observer right by the event horizon, the same 'x' time is slower. In that same time, the observer by the event horizon sees a much smaller amount of Hawking Radiation because many seconds for the observer by the event horizon equal only one second for the observer far away. This is the way I have reasoned it. See if you can make any sense of it (I hardly can) and then please reply. I would like to see your response. Thank you.

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