Sorry. Never heard that.cangus said:Has anyone ever heard that the center of a black hole is a point in time rather than a place in space? If so, can someone please explain this to me? A Black hole in in physical reality (space) right? So, how is the center a point in time?
I haven't heard anyone say that either, and it doesn't make a lot of sene to me.cangus said:Has anyone ever heard that the center of a black hole is a point in time rather than a place in space? If so, can someone please explain this to me? A Black hole in in physical reality (space) right? So, how is the center a point in time?
Forget relativity for a moment, and think about the x-y-z coordinates for the physical 3-dimensional space. Fix z = 3 and let let x and y roam over all possible values. This corresponds to a 2-dimensional plane in space - the z = 3 slice.cangus said:Has anyone ever heard that the center of a black hole is a point in time rather than a place in space? If so, can someone please explain this to me? A Black hole in in physical reality (space) right? So, how is the center a point in time?
cangus said:Has anyone ever heard that the center of a black hole is a point in time rather than a place in space? If so, can someone please explain this to me? A Black hole in in physical reality (space) right? So, how is the center a point in time?