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Re: Blackholes And Relativity!

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Posted by David Tate/">David Tate on January 16, 1998 15:03:34 UTC

: Let us assume that a body moves at or near the speed of light : then according to relativity, it's mass increases and length or : or volume decreases. Since both happen simultaneously, I : think the density rapidly increases to a very large number : or infinity.Then at one stage it's density must be equal : to that of a black hole! : Is moving bodies at the the speed of light are : Black Holes??!

Hummmm.... a very good question. I will make Joe aware of this question, he might be able to answer it.

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