Authors: Stephen J. Crothers
All arguments for the black hole are based upon the same fundamental idea in that they conceive of a region that in actual fact does not exist. This fictitious region the relativists call the 'interior', i.e. the region they think is contained by their a spherically symmetric surface they call the 'event horizon'. But there is no such region. The notion comes from a failure to recognise that the centre of spherical symmetry of the problem at hand is not located where they think it is, at their r = 0. I shall discuss this now in more detail.
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[v1] 14 Mar 2011
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