Bending of a Light-Ray Passing a Black Hole
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|Title||Bending of a Light-Ray Passing a Black Hole|
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|Keywords||bending of light-rays, black hole|
|Journal||Proceedings of the NPA|
|No. of pages||12|
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Assuming the hypothesis of a law of ether absorption-speed in the vicinity of massive celestial bodies and using an elementary, intuitive, calculus procedure, the bending of a light-ray passing near a black hole is evaluated. The theoretical results so obtained are, in some aspects, stunning because they suggest that some strong astronomic anomalies may, or should be observable by adequate means. And also because some accepted cosmologic fundamentals may become questionable. The so arisen problems are just suggested without any pretense to be rigid statements.
This paper is aka "Most Elementarily-Intuitive, Tentative Approach to Evaluate the Bending of a Light-Ray Passing a Black Hole"