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Distortion Of The Event Horizon.

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Posted by Duane Eddy on October 16, 2004 02:43:40 UTC

Distortion of the event horizon

The definition of the event horizon is that boundary from which light can not escape.

The theory of spinning black holes distorts the shape of the event horizon but the event horizon can not be violated .

The same condition would prevail with an interfering gradational field. The event horizon would distort to balance the force of the gravitational field.

If an object could remain at the event horizon long enough the distortion could possibly move the event horizon causing the object to escape the event horizon....
but this of course can not happen because all objects must spiral into the Black Hole very quickly.


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