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Integratin Is What Counts

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on March 22, 2002 14:10:10 UTC

Is the singularity integrable or not. For example the black hole singularity when integrated in 3-d space should yield the mass of the black hole, or charge depending on the constants ahead of the integral. Same for the infinitly divided space. It is truly infinite or zero if the integration over it across a finite area is infinite or zero. If it is an area integral, the result is always finite.

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Richard

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