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Re: Problems With That Interpretation

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Posted by daViper on August 12, 1999 20:37:10 UTC

: That's the shortest distance from any BH that a : semi - stable orbit can be maintained. : Nate The FFor does not require faster than : light transmission, it requires a very large comlex : FoR that can accommodate tensor curvature. ::::::::::::::: Still tho.....

How is this figure determined to be the value it is... by what rule, calculation, hypothesis, etc., and what does "semi-stable" mean in reference to an orbit? How is this imlied distance for this orbit obtained and if it is only "semi-stable" how does the word "maintained" apply to it?

If it can be maintained, it's stable, if it can't, it isn't.

An orbit is either stable or it isn't.

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