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Re: Black Hole Mass And Size

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Posted by Herb S. on February 12, 2000 04:49:58 UTC

: I am working on the math to prove new ideas about space-time. It would be really helpful if I knew the mininum mass required to form a black hole, and what the radius of that black hole would be. If there is a deffinite answer to this question, please email me with it. Thanks.

Conversion factor is 1.485x10^-27 m/kg. Specifically if the matter is dense enough so that mass is concentrated within that radius, it will be a black hole. Examples - sun mass 2954. meters, earth mass 0.00887 meters, proton mass 2.484x10^-54 meters. GR breaks down for proton sixe - conflict with quantum mechanics!

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