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Posted by Randall Flagg/">Randall Flagg on February 20, 1999 07:35:28 UTC

: I understand the theory of thought concerning an "actual" black hole. But my argument is based on a FOR always outside the Schwarzschild radii, and the reasoning : being is due to the fact that our cosmos is finite. Space is expanding, so therefore nothing existing within S/T can possess attributes with that of an actual infinity. I, no : doubt, believe black holes exist, but possess characteristics that do not present paradoxes/infinities. I propose that nothing collapses beyond the Schwarzschild radii, : but rather becomes infinitely close to the critical radius. This would support characteristics within relativity. i.e.. nothing with mass can exceed the velocity of light. : Same with a "potential" infinite black hole. It becomes infinitely close, but does not pass.

Hmm.. Understanding that any recording device that were sent into a black hole would seem, to an outside observer, to be suspended in time the moment before it crosses the Swarchzchild radius, could we not assume that NOTHING at all goes beyond it? Since noting with mass escapes the EH then what would need to go beyond? I understand that my statement is half-baked, but i would like someone to elaborate for me on this idea....

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