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Hawkin Radiation (light) Moves With The Same Speed C.

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Posted by Alexander on January 18, 2002 03:03:01 UTC

Light moves with the same speed c in any gravitational field. So, Hawkins radiation can not slow down or speed up near event horizon. Photons are still moving with the same 3x108 m/sec far, near and inside event horizon.

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