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**Author:**

Anderton, Roger

**Category:**

Communications

**Sub-Category:**

Relativity Theory

**Language:**

English

**Date Published:**

May 29, 2021

**Downloads:**

47

**Keywords:**

relativity black hole

**Abstract:**

From special relativity many relativists believe that lightspeed c (in vacuum) is a limiting speed that information transfer can’t exceed; this presents problems of trying to combine quantum mechanics to black holes.

The essay linked below may explain all those issues about Black Holes. The 'matter' does not escape from a Black Hole until it explodes. Normally, very little energy escapes because the energy density is so great that refraction bends most of it back into the interior.

https://www.gsjournal.net/Science-Journals/Essays-Gravity/Download/8796

https://www.gsjournal.net/Science-Journals/Essays-Gravity/Download/8796

I am traveling in the slow lane.

I am still waiting for someone to explain the mechanism of a mass bending or curving space-time. What is involved here? Gravitational Field? Magic?

What property of empty space bends? How this curved empty space is forcing another mass to change direction? I understand the trick here is that other mass thinks, it is moving in a straight line in a curved space. Magic.

The other problem here is the almost infinite strength of gravitational fields around a black hole. Actually, black hole is a misnomer. It is not a hole in a wall. It should be called a black globe.

I have been called a retard before, now you know why. I apologize.

I did enjoy the paper. It points to many problems waiting solutions.

Steve

I am still waiting for someone to explain the mechanism of a mass bending or curving space-time. What is involved here? Gravitational Field? Magic?

What property of empty space bends? How this curved empty space is forcing another mass to change direction? I understand the trick here is that other mass thinks, it is moving in a straight line in a curved space. Magic.

The other problem here is the almost infinite strength of gravitational fields around a black hole. Actually, black hole is a misnomer. It is not a hole in a wall. It should be called a black globe.

I have been called a retard before, now you know why. I apologize.

I did enjoy the paper. It points to many problems waiting solutions.

Steve

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