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Posted by Thanh Nguyen on March 1, 2000 21:54:43 UTC

One week ago, Pranov said:"There will be a redshift due to the gravitational field, but the photon cannot lose speed as it travels with the speed of light. As the photon is redshifted it losses energy and the gravitation upon it will therefore decrease,and if you do the calculation it is seen that it can never lose all its energy." Does he mean light can escape from everything? Include black holes?

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