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Re: Empirical Evidence Seems To Suggest Otherwise...

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Posted by Jbrotherton/">Jbrotherton on March 14, 1999 19:40:28 UTC

You said: Because nothing else can travel faster than light, thus time is governed by energy/motion. What about black holes? Wouldn't the acceleration of a black hole's gravity be greater than that of light?

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