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Posted by Jean Francis on March 29, 2002 21:15:59 UTC

I NEED TO UNDERSTAND SOMETHING ABOUT THE SPACE.WHEN YOU SAY SPACE, WHAT IS THE SUBSTANCE OF THIS SPACE.WHAT IS HE FORMED OF AND THAT IT IS ABLE TO CURVE? I CAN UNDERSTAND THAT THE MATTER IS PRESENT IN THE SPACE.BUT WHAT IS THE STRUCTURE OF THE SPACE TO BE ABLE TO CURVE.DO YOU MEAN BY THIS CURVATURE THE GRAVITY FIELD?
DURING THE IMPLOSION OF A DENSE STAR , WE KNOW THAT THE SPACE CURVATURE INCREASE WITH THE INCREASE OF THE STAR MATTER DENSITY. AS THIS DENSITY BECOMES INFINITE, THE CURVATURE OF THE SURROUNDING SPACE BECOMES INFINITE. IS IT POSSIBLE IN SUCH A SITUATION TO DETACH THE INFINITLY CURVED SPACE FROM THE SUROUNDING LESS CURVED SPACE?

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