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RE: Light In Orbit? Singularity=end Of Universe?

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Posted by Herb S. on July 13, 2000 01:58:05 UTC

Question 1: There is a critical distance at which photons will orbit around a black hole (I don`t remember what it is by I think it may be 2R).

Question 2: Time slowing: It`s real, or at least as real as anything than comes out of general relativity.

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