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Posted by nåte on March 4, 1999 14:42:35 UTC

: : : : A BH does not have infinite gravity whatsoever.

: classical thoughtless idealism; : The penrose-hawking singularity is defined as : G(uv)--{KK}==> limes which comes down to an : infinite value as the E-p tensor reaches singular : defination.

maybe I could have made it more clear as to what perspective I was deriving my viewpoint concerning the possiblity of infinite gravity.

I have no problems with Hawking and Penrose. I do not argue that beyond an EH lies a mathematical theory defined as a singularity.

I was referring to the absence of infinite gravity from the FOR outside of the EH. I do not argue that within the EH exists (mathematically)an actual infinity; this is so. However, in the absence of spacetime, such is the case within the EH, it is impractical to speak in terms that have to do with physical laws within spacetime. When dealing within the EH, we need to speak in mathematical terms that remain undefined as such(singularity). This is why I believe it is impossible to have an existing "actual" infinity within our finite spacetime.

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