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Posted by nåte on August 11, 1999 06:08:39 UTC

I admit that I havn't thoroughly studied Finkelstein's FOR, but in cursory examination there seem to be many paradoxes.

I dislike the notion that a body can passes the EH in finite time, but remains a potential infinity from an outside observer. Doesn't this infer a static infinite universe? (another paradox)

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