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Re: Smallest Event Horison Possible

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Posted by David Tate/">David Tate on January 28, 1998 15:14:34 UTC

: :How small can a singularity be? How small is the smallest mass? What is "one" quanta of mass? Damned if I know, but it can't be all that difficult to find out. Ask those blokes at the birthplace of the web. :

Well that is not the same thing, you need Enough mass to generate gravity strongenough to hold light to have an event horison...

Can anyone help?

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