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No, Black Holes Are Not A Method Of Time Travel...

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Posted by nåte on October 26, 1998 01:46:25 UTC

as soon as you approached (if it were possible) the event horizon time would dilate exponentially as you got closer. time would seem to cease for you (as observed from a rest reference frame) and time would (from your reference frame looking outside to the rest of the universe) speed up exponentially, according to your distance from the event horizon.

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