1) Message boards : LHC@home Science : Black hole question (Message 20631)
Posted 6 Oct 2008 by ML1
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Do not black holes suggest that our \"graviton\" (Higg\'s boson?) communicating particles view of gravity is flawed?

Or do gravitons have a special excuse that photons do not have?

And if you\'re relying on time dilation effects at the event horizon whereby your external view is that everything just \'piles up\' nearby but never actually gets there (because time becomes infinitely slowed), then does that also not suggest that whatever physical effects are to be communicated will likewise be in effect \'diluted\' (weakened) in proportion to the time dilation?


Do we \'feel\' any effects of black holes other than their gravity and momentum?

Regards,
Martin




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