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The Origine Of The Singularity In The Space-time

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Posted by Walter Dell\'Oca on July 5, 2007 13:56:40 UTC

Since the first proposed solutions of the formulation of the Einstein general relativity theory, the singularities on the space-time that were discovered, were considered due to an excessive simplification of the models adopted. Further on, due also to their persistence for more complicated models and some exceptional experimental confirmations of the theory, those singularities have been accepted and besides considered the most sensational results of the theory itself.

In is shown how those singularities arise from a little mistake due to an inappropriate extension of the special relativity results to limit conditions.

Simple demonstration. It regards only limit conditions but offers extraordinarily consequences for cosmology and quantistic effects

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