I am clearly talking about black holes. The event horizon is the limit where even a photon won't escape it.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I tried to calculate it in the easy way using enegry calculation

m * MG/R = mc^2 / 2

but I do not know if I am using the right equation or even if I can devide by thembecause it equels to zero, deviding by which is mocking the foundations of math and physics.

If the way to calculate it is tricky and scientific I will be disappointed because I wanna understand it well but I will still try and listen.

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# How do I calculate the event horizon?

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