Relativity and Cosmology


Volume of a Black Hole Singularity

Authors: David Proffitt

Much that has been written about black holes relies implicitly on a simple assumption that any singularity must have zero volume. We show that for a distant external observer, the singular surface at the event horizon does have defined non-zero volume.

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[v1] 2012-02-18 11:39:50

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