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Re: Black Holes And Cosmology

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Posted by yanniru/">yanniru on May 26, 1999 12:20:21 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

Dear Nate: Are you saying that the solution for black holes from General Relativity is incorrect for it clearly has a solution within the event horizon?

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