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Posted by paalpot@yahoo.no on September 19, 2000 13:53:55 UTC

Paradox: How can black holes even start thinking of attract any object when we know that gravitons(which make gravity work) has the same attributes as photones(in other words light), and we also are told that light(photons) cannot escape the black hole singularity. Is there some extra attribute to gravitons which make them escape this fundamental law?

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