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Time And Black Holes

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Posted by Jk on October 29, 2002 17:17:15 UTC

i've always wondered, if tachyons really exist, what is there interaction with the black hole phenomena, because time dilation entering a black hole is suppose to increase so does this mean then that tachyonic energy entering has to also decrease.
I realise that because a tachyon can travel faster than light it could, in theory anyway, escape the gravitational pull of the hole, but what happens when a tachyon gets to close, this is my question.i'd appreciate any input.

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