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Re: Intuitive Paradox

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Posted by nåte/">nåte on October 9, 1998 15:29:18 UTC

I can understand why you advise not thinking about this, but that would deny who I am. :) J/K.. i know what you mean.

If I may once again ponder further.

Suppose the fact is true regarding gravitational waves move much faster than light, or for that matter instaneous. Would that suggest that the "build" up of mass at the front of the EV would tend to inlarge the apparent EV radii? Due to the ever increasing ring of mass becoming "apparently" infinite at the EV border?

This would seem to suggest that maybe in fact the EV horizon radius would enlarge and "engulf" the approaching mass. would it not?

If it doesn't, then it seems that there would be two major gravity wells... One, the singularity. (Infinite mass, 0 volume) Two, the outer ring of the EV border radius.

So, to visualize this... Mass approaching the EV becomes slowed to the point of becoming infinitely close; While the EV border radius enlarges at the result of an ever increasing mass at its border. Thus, "sucking" in matter within our time reference...

Thoughts???? :)

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