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Posted by Herb S. on September 18, 2002 03:10:51 UTC

I now understand what you were trying to say in the first place. The black hole seems to be irrelevant. Your question seems to be about any photon traveling through space that doesn't hit anything.

This may not answer you completely, but to get to "infinity", it would take the photon an infinite amount of time. Therefore at any finite time, energy is conserved.

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