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Black Holes And Progress In Understanding Math.

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Posted by Alexander on August 31, 2001 02:52:38 UTC

I may also add that just 50 or so years ago math "failed" inside black hole event horizon, but today we have several competing mathematical description of space-time inside event horozon. There are even some mathematical descriptions of singularity (quantum gravity models and a string model). So, math, as always, is correct.

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