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Re: Problems With That Interpretation

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Posted by CL/">CL on September 11, 1999 20:19:07 UTC

The event horizon is infinitely thin. That is a very well defined boundary. The distance at which they are considered to be seperate refrence points can therefore be anything but zero. Even at 10^-100000 inches from the event horizon you are still considered a part of our universe, not the blackholes.

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