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Posted by VANDEBROEK M/">VANDEBROEK M on August 14, 1998 12:37:23 UTC

I have been reading your definition of black holes, assuming a singularity, so that light can't move away from a black hole. But Prof Hawking introduced the idea of imaginary time, and leaved the principle of the singularity. Because of this there must be another explanation why we can't see the mass that represents a black hole. Until now there is no proof that nothing is moving quicker than c, so maybe a black hole is in that case?

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