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Dec 2, 2021

Why Time “Stops” in a Black Hole

Posted by in categories: cosmology, information science, physics

Blackholes are a breakdown in the equations of spacetime. This means both space and time no longer behave the way we would expect of them.
Today we explore the breakdown in time around blackholes and what it means to interact with the event horizon, or the place where time appears to stand still.

Further Reading/Consumption:

Black holes & time warps: einstein’s outrageous legacy — kip thorne.

Your Daily Equation #31: BLACK HOLES: And Why Time Slows Down When You Are Near One — https://youtu.be/qph51qUgwgU

What happens to you if you fall into a black hole? — https://math.ucr.edu/home/baez/physics/Relativity/BlackHoles/fall_in.html.

Physics Beyond the Event Horizon — https://knotphysics.net/black-holes

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