(urth) "been teaching literature for over 35 years"

David Stockhoff dstockhoff at verizon.net
Mon Sep 9 05:46:22 PDT 2013

On 9/9/2013 8:42 AM, Gerry Quinn wrote:
>> In the late 1970s conception,  a black hole is an 
>> Einstein-Rosenbridge to somewhere else; Abbadon in Urth's case. It's 
>> supposed to be literally sending part of the sun's substance and 
>> generated energy *away*.  The remaining star is diminished in output 
>> per unit mess as well, as lighter stars are.
> It doesn't matter (in engineering terms) whether stuff that reaches 
> the event horizon goes somewhere else or not (that's kind of the 
> definition of an event horizon).  But an accretion disk outside the 
> Schwarzschild radius is just standard dynamics for any super-condensed 
> object.  At a distance of several Schwarzschild radii, Newtonian 
> physics will be reasonably accurate (albeit not in detail). 

Which is why I don't like the idea that the object has non-Newtonian 
effects outside/beyond the Sun.

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