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Posted by Richard Ruquist on July 11, 2002 14:37:26 UTC

But the purely geometrical interpretation of GR is valid at the event horizon. There is no gravitational field in this interpretation- right?
So space cannot be static, otherwise light could always escape a black hole. If space is not static, then it can cross the event horizon.

We could probably go on like this forever. But I do not mind. You seem to be the best physicist on this forum. I wish you had time to contribute to some of the other discussions.

With greta respect,


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