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Posted by Michael Wright on December 14, 2001 20:52:19 UTC

How is 1 different from 1?

One black hole with spin =0, mass = 1x10^10 kg and other identical properties are identical. If you had two black holes with same mass same charge same spin etc. you would not be able to tell one from the other. The only difference is that they have different spatial coordinates.

1 is identical to 1.

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