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Re: Begginner Quantum

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Posted by Rowanda on January 30, 2005 00:56:49 UTC

This I agree with:

"Also by definition Quantum defines a step function and a minimum distance.
A minimum distance would predict a minimum volume which in turn would cause a maximum density for any mass quantity."

Except for the step function, which is a math gimmick that does not occur in nature. But the center of a BH is necessarily finite in size and density as you say.

The rest of you post is meaningless, if you excuse me for being blunt. In particular this is incorrect:

"As I progress from a galaxy to a neutron the proportion of mass in the form of wave, field and momentum energy increases and the proportion of mass as “solids” decreases."

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