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Posted by Guro on April 21, 1999 13:19:30 UTC

Hi, as a replay to your message I would like to add that in black holes there is a constant realtivity between mass N from the beggining and mass M (a hole mass). It's all according to Shwartzchild's Radius calculation. The 3d size of the object will get smaller. however, the mass will get bigger (if it sucks even photons) (F=MA) where's M - MASS, A - vel. increasing per 1/time.

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