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GEORGINA PARRY wrote on March 31, 2009
There appear to be 2 questions raised by the article.
The first being does the structure of black holes show that there is non locality? The second being why doesn't an electron fall into the nucleus of an atom?
Assumptions have been made about black holes and the theory has grown out of those assumptions.In my opinion those original assumptions are incorrect.
A galaxy can be visualised as a gravity well as there is a greater density of matter and greater angular momentum...
PAUL VALLETTA wrote on February 6, 2008
this is relevant.
PAUL VALLETTA wrote on June 23, 2007
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Local observations should not mean a measure takes place by default?
If I observe a speck of dust, at the very horizon of my local field of vision, then I can recieve this information without actually disturbing the speck of dust. It is the photon which hits the speck of dust, and enters my eye that allows me to examine the speck of dust. This process is not measure, it is one way observation?
Now interestingly one way observation, can allow information from a far off non-local...