The Black Hole

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Scientific Paper
Title The Black Hole
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Author(s) Robert L Carroll
Keywords Cosmology, Black Hole
Published 1993
Journal Apeiron
Volume 1
Number 17
No. of pages 3
Pages 18-21

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The action of the atomic clock is interpreted to show that time is an invariant form. The proper interpretation requires an internal reduction in the energy of matter for any velocity imposed. The law of the conservative field is applied to correct the Einstein equation for free fall. It is found that the action of contact forces is conservative as long as no radiation occurs. These facts are applied to show that the Black Hole as envisioned in the study of Cosmology has no existence in the real universe.