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Black Holes With Infinite Mass?

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Posted by Storck/">Storck on May 16, 1999 21:36:49 UTC

If an object that moves at the speed of light has infinite mass then any black hole that sucks even one particle of substance would not it become a black hole with infinite mass? Or would it go into a new "baby universe" just before reaching the speed of light, such as Stephan Hawkings theoy explains.

Since a black hole with a mass lets say of 9e30 Kgs + any objects mass at the speed of light (which is infinte)= infinite mass.

in other words;

9e30 Kg + * Kg = * Kg

thus if this were true the radius of the black hole would grow to a infinite size. Which obviously does not happen. So what is false; the existence of black holes, or an objects mass is infinite at the speed of light, or objects move at the speed of light when they reach the core of a black hole.

Hum, deep thoughts by Storck.

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