Black hole anatomy
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Mar8-12, 01:42 AM
There's a basic problem.
Suppose you have an infinitely stiff stick. I push the stick on earth, then instantly the end of the stick on the moon moves. Uh. Oh. I just transmitted information faster than light, and that's a no-no. So the speed of light puts limits on how stiff something is.
I know this is speculating (not overly I hope) but what if the speed of light was not the end all. What if thatís all the faster it could go because of some unknown resistance. It appears gravity out does the speed of light why not other things?