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Posted by Hugo on August 28, 1999 18:59:08 UTC

Yes, I see what you are saying, however the reason we "have no way of observing them" is because in our time they do not happen.

So in our reality nothing can get past the EH, and the BH hole is a frozen star. I agree with you that a faraway FoR and the EH are causally disconnected, but this means more than we just can't say anything about what is happening - since the time dilation is asymptotically approaching infinity before the EH is ever reached

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