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Forum: Science & Technology 2019-11-05, 16:41
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Posted By Dr Sardonicus
There is (an image of) a Letter to the Editor to...

There is (an image of) a Letter to the Editor to The Physics Teacher 55, 5 (2017), here (https://aapt.scitation.org/doi/10.1119/1.4972486) written by Lior Burko, entitled Gravitational waves and...
Forum: Science & Technology 2019-11-03, 15:34
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Posted By Dr Sardonicus
Ahh, yes, the energy of the field. Ask Ethan:...

Ahh, yes, the energy of the field. Ask Ethan: How do gravitational waves escape from a black hole?...
Forum: Science & Technology 2019-11-03, 13:21
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Posted By Dr Sardonicus
You're the one claiming that there's a way to...

You're the one claiming that there's a way to escape intact from the inside of a black hole's event horizon. That would be an escape act worthy of a Nobel Prize. Where are your calculations showing...
Forum: Science & Technology 2019-11-03, 01:28
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Posted By Dr Sardonicus
It isn't entirely true that "nothing" escapes...

It isn't entirely true that "nothing" escapes black holes. That explosion carries away considerable mass. The discussion beginning with this post...
Forum: Science & Technology 2019-11-03, 01:14
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Posted By Dr Sardonicus
Have you read the paper by Hawking on the subject...

Have you read the paper by Hawking on the subject that was linked to a few posts back? He certainly understood GR better that I ever will. Perhaps you will find his description more satisfying.
Forum: Science & Technology 2019-11-02, 12:01
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Posted By Dr Sardonicus
I think that the meeting of event horizons is...

I think that the meeting of event horizons is inconsistent with the condition that the black holes do not collide.

As far as I can tell, an "event horizon" is simply where gravity is strong enough...
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