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Re: Einstein Was Wrong.

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Posted by Alexander Panin/">Alexander Panin on October 19, 1999 02:14:42 UTC

: : blackholes dont attract light you numb-nuts! the gravitational pull of a black hole is so powerful : : nothing can escape from it not even light,although hawkings says that they emit radiation. so he contradicts himself dosent he? .

: Neither Einstein nor Hawkins are wrong here. The Hawkins radiation comes from OUTSIDE of black hole not from INSIDE. And blach holes do attract light as any other object. Hawkins radiation is essentially redshifted by the black hole gravity trying to drag photons back. No radiation from the INSIDE of black hole can be seen by distant outside observer.

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