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Posted by mridul sharma/">mridul sharma on December 24, 1999 06:47:44 UTC

it is said that space time are one and the same thing. there is one paper which says that finite mass black hole does not exists. and this has been proved through thorough mathematics. though paper is yet to be accepted (out of five referees one has reccomonded the publication , fone has aggredafter some MODIFICATION indicating that this paper may be published. if this is published it will be a setback for penrose hawkins now my question is that WHETHER THE CONCEPT OF SPACE TIME I>E> THEY ARE ONE THE SAME THING IS WRONG!! comment please

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