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Posted by Astrophysicst on June 29, 1998 09:30:41 UTC

A gravitational field! A magnetic field! scratch that- they discovered that a magnietic field can't create a singulartiy unless it stretches down into infinity. I sincerely doubt that there are too many fields like that! At least I hope not. But REALLY strong energy fields can lead to events that could herald the formation of a singularity. What else do you know about quantum mechanics? It's kind of hard to find many people who know much of anything at all about the subject for obvious reasons- IT'S REALLY WIERD! What do you think about the possibility of meshing quantum mechanics and relativity to achieve a full law of quantum gravity? if they could do that, we would learn so much about singularities, since only quantum mechanics has ever been able to correctly predict much within the event horizon. The idea of establishing a mesh is really exciting to me. Anyone else have any thoughts about the subject?

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