#### RajeshTrivedi

**Valued Senior Member**

Except, you pathetic crackpot, that when one is using spherically symmetric coordinates,like one does in the Schwarzschild metric, and one is speaking of a radius from the center of the coordinates,like one does when using the Schwarzschild metric to describe a possible black hole, then giving a radius describes a sphere of that radius centered on the origin of the coordinates.This is one of the advantages of using a set of spherically symmetric coordinates.

But, by all means, please show what a petty idiot you are by repeating the same mistake over and over again, in thread after thread. You are a great student of Farsight.

James R / or Any Mod,

Can you guys handle physbang?

Will yiu keep a blind eye to his insults, abuses and less than uncivilized behavior.