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Blueshifts+Redshifts

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Posted by Me on June 29, 1999 19:54:02 UTC

Blueshift- An increase in the passage of time brought on by little gravity. Redshift- A decrease in the passage of time brought on by much gravity.

......right?

So why, if you go inside a black hole, would you get fried by radiation since any radioactivity should be redshifted to ELF rays? Or do I have my definitions mixed up?

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