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Theory Revolves Around The Black Hole

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Posted by Joe Antognini on January 3, 2002 04:26:40 UTC

It does not matter to any great extent of what the observor sees, but what happens to the black hole. All black holes die eventually, and by the time the object has fallen to the event horizon time is moving so slow for him that before he can blink the black hole is gone due to Hawking Radiation. He never notices anything- no speed change is observed, but simply, the black hole is gone.

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