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Posted by Bruce on July 2, 2002 21:24:47 UTC

You believe everything you read in Discovery? How about a solution for this happening for both spinning and non-spinning models? Because of the frame dragging effect for spinning black holes such a solution might exist but I would suspect this is verbage to convey a mental picture for interested amateurs. Begelman has quite a few papers in the archive but I couldn't find anything that featured space falling into the black hole. Just exactly how would you observe space falling into a black hole? Just where does it end up and what is its physical properties?

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