Black Hole Unobservability in General Relativity
|Title||Black Hole Unobservability in General Relativity|
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|Author(s)||Vyacheslav N Streltsov|
|Journal||Journal of Theoretics|
|No. of pages||2|
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According to general relativity gravitation effects any objects carrying the energy. Therefore, virtual photons (as real ones) and gravitons (real and virtual) must be attracted by massive bodies. As a result, black holes must not radiate gravitational waves and appear to be electrically and gravitationally neutral.