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2nd May 2006 - 08:29 AM
Universe Compression Theory as an Example to Build a Non-Geometrical Gravitation Theory.
A consideration of material object evolution when approaching the horizon of the black hole. A quantum limit for metric relations as to the distant observer. Consideration of the denseness value when the black hole is changing its dimensions and mass. A sketch of new metric relations for an incident observer. Effects to appear when compressing spaces evolutes.Non-geometrical Approach to Build Gravitation Theories.
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