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Posted by Wayne/">Wayne on November 29, 1999 15:47:34 UTC

mradul: there are many singularity theorems by penrose and : hawkins. but there is one paper which says that FINITE : MASS BLACKHOLES DO NOT EXISTS because if it is so then : collapse will continue for ever. though this paper : is still not accepted but if it is accepted then all : the theorems of hawkins will become invalidated!!! : though it looks very difficult to digest this fact : but anything is possible in science. : if one can discuss about this , i will be very happy. : reply from all the concerned is expected.

Wayne: Mradul, theories relating to black holes and singularities date back to Einstein's day. He rejected the notion of such things and felt that some other force must come into play to prevent collapse of the universe. Hawking and Penrose, and others are just building on Einstein's theory. They all seem to think that a theory for quantum gravity may answer some of the mysteries they struggle with. I for one believe they are right. I also believe this quantum gravity theory will confirm Einstein's idea that collapse is not possible.

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