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Posted by Rohitash Tewari on March 5, 2002 11:45:05 UTC

Forget about all that algebra and imagine this: You've got your back towards the event horizon and you start falling inwards. Your eyes are open. When you were outside the horizon, in your field of vision you could see the night sky- dark,studded with stars.
Now when you fall across the horizon, how would that image of the night sky get altered? The longer you fall, the more drastically that image would alter.
If you figure out, please dont post it all around coz that might screw my paper!

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