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Re: Black Holes And Cosmology

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Posted by nåte on May 26, 1999 06:29:36 UTC

real quick cuz i'm off to bed, but I had to respond cuz I am just as intrigued by this phenomenon as you seem to be...

All I will mention are some thoughts; due to time limitations...

remember that there is ideally no "area" beyond an EH. we only use the term to idealize the blackholes nature. In reality the EH is the singularity. Because at THE event horizon would be a state of spacetime infalling AT the speed of light (which is impossible).

Likewise, as one fell into a blackhole because of exponential time dilation, the blackhole would likely exponentially radiate its mass away with respect to how far you get from the "EH". Thus, the blackhole would "approach" extinction before you could ever "ideally reach" the singularity/EH.

I may have ssounded half cracked, but i'm tired and late to bed! wife calls!! : )

Godbless

-Nate

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