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Then Why Is A Black Hole Black?

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Posted by Aaron Viviano on September 29, 2002 19:10:55 UTC

"OY! You are so ignorant!"

There you go again. Name calling, with out a reason.

"Gravity is the bending of spacetime. Light travels along the spacetime. If the spacetime is bent, the light will follow the bend!"

Me: Gravity effects light.

You: Gravity effects light by bending space.

Difference: You just went a little deeper into the explanation than I did. But in the end we both end up with the same answer; Gravity effects light!

Besides do you know what light is? A wave which has no mass, or a particle that has mass (well most of them do)? Which one?

-Aaron

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