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Subject: Re: Will someone answer this question?
From: Brian
Date: August 23, 19101 at 15:44:25

In Reply to: Will someone answer this question? posted by Joe on August 09, 19101 at 23:05:40:

I have two thoughts on this idea;

first, as you enter the BH, your own L,W&H begin approaching zero. At the singularity you own volume would be zero, as with the singularity itself.

second, with the problem of TWO dimensionless objects coming into contact with each other, it is my understanding that inside the event horizon spacetime gets all mixed up to the point that the direction of decreasting radius/altitude/whatever becomes the time dimension. This implies that you cannot HELP but to hit the singularity any more than you can avoid TOMORROW. Any travel away from the singularity at that point would imply travelling backwards in time. So, the two objects, you and the singularity, would inevitably collide.
: Can something accually crash into the sigularity because it is only a mathimatical point and has no real dimensions therefore no size(not to be confused with mass)? My reasoning is that you can't hit something with a length, with, and height of zero.

 Name: E-Mail: (Optional) Subject: Message: : I have two thoughts on this idea; : first, as you enter the BH, your own L,W&H begin approaching zero. At the singularity you own volume would be zero, as with the singularity itself. : second, with the problem of TWO dimensionless objects coming into contact with each other, it is my understanding that inside the event horizon spacetime gets all mixed up to the point that the direction of decreasting radius/altitude/whatever becomes the time dimension. This implies that you cannot HELP but to hit the singularity any more than you can avoid TOMORROW. Any travel away from the singularity at that point would imply travelling backwards in time. So, the two objects, you and the singularity, would inevitably collide. : : Can something accually crash into the sigularity because it is only a mathimatical point and has no real dimensions therefore no size(not to be confused with mass)? My reasoning is that you can't hit something with a length, with, and height of zero.
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