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Re: Remember This?

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Posted by nåte on December 8, 1998 10:20:35 UTC

yes I remember this. And thank you very much for explaining. You make it clearer. :)

however, i'm still curious as to how the Finklestien FOR resolves this issue/paradox. I realize it may be only understood in a mathmatical situation, but i'm sure it can somehow be realized visually.

untill then, i will be consistently thinking. :) cuz thats who i am...

maybe the whole issue is that blackholes do not exist in coordinate time due to paradoxes as such.

I can imagine that at the EH this is where a true blackhole exists, but only outside our dimension. Or rather stated, our coordinate time.

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