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Definition Of Blackholes

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Posted by Thanh Nguyen on September 15, 2002 17:21:07 UTC

By definition, blackholes are so dense objects from which photons cannot escape.
Does it mean that a photon emitted within Rs will get smaller and smaller and finally it disappear?
If YES, does the definition violate a basic law of matter: " Matter (include photons) cannot disapear. Matter can only be changed to another form"; and a disapearance of photons also violate Law of conservation of energy.

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