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Posted by Vandebroek M/">Vandebroek M on August 14, 1998 12:51:33 UTC

Black Holes: I have been reading recently a book about the theory of Einstein and a book about black holes and I would like to put the next question : Your first definition of black holes, considering a singularity is opposite to your introduction of imaginary time; in the theory of Einstein I could however not find a proof that nothing could move faster than c, so my question is if it is possibly that a black hole is a mass that is moving quicker than light ( and therefore we can't see it ). Is this opposite with other principles you examined. Thank you for an answer.

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