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Re: Right Where It's At

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Posted by Vince on August 16, 1999 03:18:23 UTC

: I am establishing the EH where it is at R = 2GM/c2. This is a very well defined infinitely thin membrane where no communication of any kind in either direction is possible. If the hole were large enough no tidal forces would even be evident but it seems inescapable (no pun intended) that your feet would disapear as they crossed the S radius. Again I don't see any way out this conundrum

Actually, the EH is a one-way membrane, so you could receive, just not transmit.

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