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Does this apply to a black hole? What would be the consequences of it? Thanks

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Does this apply to a black hole? What would be the consequences of it? Thanks

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[tex]\lambda = \frac{h}{p} = \frac {h}{\gamma mv} = \frac {h}{mv} \sqrt{1 - \frac{v^2}{c^2}}[/tex]

The is a Quantum Mechanical description. Yes it applies to black holes, yet in practice the wavelength is so small as to be pointless. Note that the wavelength and frequency is defined as probability waves. Getting into interpretations is probably too problematic here. The consequences is that if you had a few trillion trillion times longer than the life of the Universe you could get black holes produce an interference pattern in a double slit experiment. Not a consequence worth thinking much about.

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