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Re: You Guys Are Way Betond Me

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Posted by Zephram Cochrane/">Zephram Cochrane on February 25, 2000 04:48:28 UTC

: But are you saying that relativistic mass is a source : of gravity? If so wouldn't this mean that the : velocity of a stellar object could could cause it : to form a BH? Or an object traveling at a velocity : close to c could collapse the universe into a BH?

Peter M. Brown - pmb, is not beyond anybody. He's just researched a few quotes to use in fights out of context. Traveling at high speeds does not create a black hole from the massive object, but any energy, mass or not, does contribute to spacetime curvature.

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