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Posted by Bruce on June 2, 2003 08:15:28 UTC

as ignorant as Pearson.

g_shell = g_conventional/c^2 = (M/r^2)/(1-2M/r)^-1/2

should read

g_shell = g_conventional/c^2 = (M/r^2)(1-2M/r)^-1/2

I didn't count the words but..I never did put much stock in rating comments by how 'wordy' they are.

Would the Hawking temperature be detectable by the local shell observer near the event horizon?

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