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  1. #1 May Black Holes be considered as ripped of space-time? 
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    The Calabi-Yau spaces have many forms and are transformed into each other, sometimes ripping and repairing space immediately.

    May the Black Holes be considered as a ripped of space-time?.. does it will be a 4D ripped?


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    May the Black Holes be considered as a ripped of space-time?
    A black hole is the event horizon around a point where space-time curvature becomes infinite. The curvature is smooth and continuous. There is no need for any rips. (As far as I know.)


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    Quote Originally Posted by Strange View Post
    May the Black Holes be considered as a ripped of space-time?
    A black hole is the event horizon around a point where space-time curvature becomes infinite. The curvature is smooth and continuous. There is no need for any rips. (As far as I know.)
    But how could be a curvature smooth, continuous...and infinite?..is it possible?...Is it not an infinite curvature a rip by definition?
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    i am not sure if it is a rip by definition...if i am taken unaware it won't be a rip also.....as strange said there is no end.if there is,light can escape....the laws of physics break down at a point called singularity.
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    And one rip is not a singularity?
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    i cannot say,but what i would ask is,,,,,,,,,where does this curvature lead to?...........a rip can lead to a specific time in our past or even future,if a black hole curvature is infinte then it could lead you to everywhere.
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    More to the point, if things falling into a black hole add to its mass, then they haven't gone anywhere else, have they? They are stuck at the bottom of the well. If there were a "rip", they might go somewhere else, but then why would the mass of the black hole increase?
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    if so,what makes black holes consist of information?
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