NOTE: Was not sure where to post this as it is a math question, but a part of my "Theoretical Physics" course.
I have no idea where to start this and am probably doing this mathematically incorrect.
given the function f(z) = cos(z+1/z) there should exist a singular point at z=0 as at z = 0...
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When a smaller black hole gets sucked into a larger one, is it theoretically possible for the gravity of the larger black hole to stretch the smaller black hole so that it no longer has an infinitely dense centre?
I guess it won't matter once they are completely merged, but in...
I hope I am posting this in the correct forum, I am trying to better understand space-time singularities. I can find easily the basic, and advanced information on what it is and the different theories. My main question is how do scientists study these space-time singularities?
Thank you for...
Hello, I'm Harry.
I'm new here, hope not breaking any posting rules in any ways :)
I have a question and would like to ask for some suggestions and information.
The question is about general relativity or gravity and structure of the Universe in general; I know there are definitely quite a...
Homework Statement
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Find and classify all singularities for (e-z) / [(z3) ((z2) + 1)]
Homework Equations
The Attempt at a Solution
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This is my first attempt at these questions and have only been given very basic examples, but here's my best go:
I see we have singularities at 0...
I've read Hawking's introduction: http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-th/9409195v1, which are nice. I would like something that explains the other singularity theorems and how they are related to Big Bang. I've tried reading Hawking & Ellis but I can't understand most of the definitions.
Hello, I am having trouble finding the proper justification for being able to pass the derivative through the integral in the following:
## u(x,y) = \frac{\partial}{\partial y} \int_0^\infty\int_{-\infty}^\infty f(x') K_0( \sqrt{ (x - x')^2 + (y-y')^2 } \, dx' dy' ##
##K_0## is the Modified...