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

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Posted by Scot on July 13, 2000 05:39:31 UTC

1. Would those photons in innermost orbit be traveling at the speed of light? If not, what might determine the speed of the orbital velocity?

2. So time may actually accellerate (rather than remain constant or slow) according to the object approaching the event horizon? [thanks for your time, mathman, or anyone else!] Certainly nothing happens to time outside the black hole, where that object appears to slowly freeze?

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