Yes, you're right. By AWT most of black hole behaves like dark stars formed by neutrinos, so that the event horizon is equivalent to physical surface of such star. Nevertheless, the high density of vacuum near such star makes the size of such star illusory, it will grow as you approach to such star, because the close neighborhood of such star behaves like optical lens. In close proximity the dark star would appear like pretty giant object, suppose you'll use the light wave for size measurement, not the mechanical measure, which will expand too. So we can say, the size of dark star will depend on the method used in near proximity, the methods based on mechanical measures will always give the lower results, then the optical ones.
We should realize, the true black hole wouldn't have the event horizon at all from close proximity, so you could see the interior of black hole directly, suppose you wouldn't dissolve in the vacuum near black hole, where its density is comparable with the density of interior of atom nuclei. The expansion of the matter detected recently by pair of ukrainian scientists can be interpreted as a gradualy accelerated fall of our universe generation through throat of giant dark hole or dark brane.
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>We should realize, the true black hole wouldn't have the event horizon at all from close proximity,
As this is what I have been trying to confirm with this thread I should just be happy with your post but,
I seem to read between your lines when you say "The True" black hole.
If you want to do some splaining, please do.
23rd September 2007 - 12:43 AM
>Do i make sense
Yes, (discussing time can give anyone a headache)
So I may have a (somewhat) proper understanding of the event horizon but, I came to with all the wrong reasoning.
23rd September 2007 - 12:51 AM
QUOTE (yor_on+Sep 22 2007, 07:17 PM)
Hey, why didn't you share man, i love islay malt. Half a botle and then of to bed, and no hangovers ever. Awwh now you got me thirsty
My deepest apologies, and here's a good dram for you. And another?
23rd September 2007 - 01:15 AM
And you think that that will help me keep it sober, huh.
Throw me the bottle :)
Well Paul wellcome to the club migraine, the shade is never on :)
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