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Posted by Joe Antognini on January 19, 2002 20:59:06 UTC

Who says Hawking Radiation is comprised of photons. It is made up of any particle which bursts into existance by the event horizon. (P.S.: If light travels at the same speed, then what gives it it's red shift as it falls into the black hole? Is it merely the object falling away from the stationary observer, or is it light having a harder and harder time escaping the gravatational pull, and it thus starts to slow down?)

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