You're welcome, Paddo.
RJ, Here's Prof. Baez's reply:
Hi, RJ! Good to see you posting again.
Here is a quick reply from Prof. Marolf:
Interesting thought experiment, God. Like Paddo, I would imagine an object so close to the surface of a neutron star would get crushed. However, I...
Is this the CBS video you were looking for?
Yes, these concepts are what make black holes unpalatable for some. Ultimately, observations will decide what those compact objects are. I keep in...
lol A '.edu' email address, maybe?;)j/k:p. You've gotten some good answers from the profs. too, Paddo.
No trouble at all, Paddo.
I anticipated that this question would come up, so when I read his reply, I immediately emailed Prof. Hamilton a...
The last word from Prof. Hamilton :):
I hope the answers provided by Prof. Beale help. If you have any more questions, just ask:
Hey, Q, guys. Sorry for the delay. I just got Prof. Robertson's reply:
I contacted Prof. Misner regarding the main topics being discussed in this thread. Here is his response:
Hello, jaiii. Read Prof. Begelman's answer below:
:) See below:
Thank you, guys, for your kind words. I love to read your feedback whenever I post a Prof's. reply. I liked that comment by Brucep about how the...
I'm very grateful to both Prof. Unruh and Prof. Polchinski for their informative replies, and also to Prof. Adam Helfer for addressing Q's...
Hi Q. Apologies for the delay. Here's Prof. Unruh's response to your #76:
I also sent Prof. Polchinski your posts. Here's his reply:
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Hi, Q. I just saw your posts this morning, so I got in touch with Prof. Unruh to see if he can help us with it. Below is his reply:
It might yet be a thing, Only. Maybe not in classical GR, but in a quantum theory of gravity. I recall AlphaNumeric saying something about spacetime...
Hi Bowser. Excellent questions. Let's ask Professor Ford:
I thought your post was/is a very interesting critique of the paper. You raised a few issues that I'm sure many of us have pondered at some...
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