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Posted by nåte on August 28, 1999 19:40:28 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

correct. I would even go so far as to state that even a FoR a few "inches" from the EH boundary would not effectively observe an event traverse the EH in finite time, only approach infinitism.

So yes, I believe the issue concerning these temporal events, crossing an infinite barrier, merely a case of semantics. One could even say that depending on your philosophical FoR will give one a different answer. The answer one looks for depends what FoR one is asking the question. I think the resolution to this matter in a far away FoR is the understanding of causal disconnection. I think the solution to the matter within the EH is simple; local FoR.

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