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I Thank You For The Correction!

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Posted by Astrophysicist on June 29, 1998 18:37:36 UTC

You are quite correct; I was in error. It is not the singularity itself that grows, but rather the event horizon. The EH (event horizon. No, nobody else uses the abbreviation, I just didn't feel like writing event horizon over and over)will grow as matter is introduced into it, corresponding with the theory of absolute horizons. Anyways, this article is rather far down, so I don't know if anyone will read it. I just figured I'd say thanks anyways.

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