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Re: Gravaton

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Posted by rich/">rich on April 5, 1999 19:16:13 UTC

: question:

: if gravatons are a particale and nothing can go faster than light how does gravity get out of a black hole

: if gravatons can get out why not other types of radation

: would this be the hawkens radation that i hear people talking about

answer: gravatons or any other form of radiation cannot escape from black holes.

hawking radiation comes from the boundary of the black hole and not from inside it.

What happens in a black hole is that everything including space itself is being absorbed into the central singularity.

The mass of the black hole is felt on the outside of it by the curvature of space according to the general theory of relativity.

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