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Re: Problems With That Interpretation

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Posted by daViper on August 11, 1999 19:10:05 UTC

: General relativity is a local theory and in curved Space-time anything larger : than a point becomes a different frame of reference. The difference in perceived time dilation also depends on the size of the boundary region, that is why the "faraway stationary observer" term is used. In practice any separation greater than 1.5 times the Swartzchilds radius is sufficient. :::::::::::::::: Thanx. I'll try to digest the implications of that.

I'd still be interested in just how this 1.5 figure was arrived at tho.

Peace.

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