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Topic: A black hole cannot pull light backward
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james thomas

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Registered: 11/7/11
A black hole cannot pull light backward
Posted: Nov 13, 2011 4:34 PM
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Matter would have escape velocity but not light. Gravity does not
effect the C speed quantity
Light emiited inside would still be moving outward at C.

The original lie for General Relativity at its extreme is now out in
the open.
Space contraction ruled out black holes the first time they were
looked at.
Einstein knew better. He didn't go along with complete collapse
singularity.
But he was not equiped to correct his new theory.
The correction is limited strength curved space.

There are no boundaries in space even local as in a black hole
boundary.
There are no universal boundaries local or hypersphere universe.

Mitchell Raemsch



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