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QM Not Needed For Black Holes

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on November 6, 2002 03:03:00 UTC

I always thought that GR worked for black holes because it predicts that space crosses the event horizon at the speed of light and the force of gravity is propagated instantaneously. But you considered my view incorrect on some posts months ago. I thought you had an altenative explanation.

I am not familiar with Kopeikin's experiment. Do you have a link?

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