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Posted by Don Jarvis on April 17, 2003 22:28:39 UTC

As I see it, uncertainty isn't involved here. Gravity is a force field associated with a particle or aggregate of particles. Gravity exists at every point in the universe. At every point the direction of force will be the vector sum of the gravitational contribution of every particle in the universe. At points far from any sources, with small contributions coming from all directions, the resultant may be near zero and hard to detect. The term black hole event horizon does not have a place in my system.

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