anonymous
  • anonymous
Do black hole have identical gravitational pull or do they differ? Can two singularities differ?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Depends on their sizes
anonymous
  • anonymous
They are both of infinitely small size. What sort of state is matter in within a black hole, if it doesn't require space to represent it?
anonymous
  • anonymous
depnds on their event horizons...

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It just seems somewhat absurd, that mater ceases to exist, the particles that make it up collapse in one another, thus giving rise to I don't know what kind of reactions, yet one property of matter persists even in a singularity. That it emits a gravitational field. What gives?

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