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Re: What Is The Smallest Event Horizon Possible?

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Posted by Space-Tramp. on August 19, 1998 04:17:31 UTC

: The Schwartzchild Radius for a BH= R = GM/c^2. You really only need to know : within what radius is a given amount of mass contained. If this is less than the Schwartzchild radius (R_{s}) then it is a BH. Ie If you compress any amount of matter enough it will become a BH of an arbitrarily small radius. The only limit may be the planck length, because the physics of General Relativity breaks down at this point

What is this relationism? Matter goes one point....stunning imagination. No way.

Space-Tramp see it different way. Space-Tramp travell at space. Space-Tramp know.

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