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Re: Problems With That Interpretation

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Posted by daViper on August 10, 1999 18:22:08 UTC

: What you are espousing, Nate, is the frozen star : interpretation of many years ago. The Finkelstein : FoR shows that an object will pass the horizon in a : finite amount of time.

: The problem is that Finkelstein's : time is no one's proper time, so what I'm trying to find out : is to a stationary far away observer can anything cross the event horizon in a finit time. I'm beginning to think there is no answer to this question. ::::::::::::::::::: Yes, the biggest problem I have with this whole concept is at what point in distance do you draw the line between "an outside observer" and "the matter that is falling in".

From what I've read, a person falling into the Blackhole would not experience time dilation, but someone observing him would see him take an infinite amount of time to do so.

OK. At what distance from the event horizon do they become two separate frames of reference?

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