A Brief History of Time
Random House Publishing Group, 1998 M09 1 - 240 páginas
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Stephen Hawking. between successive signals from the astronaut getting longer and longer , but this effect would be very small before 10:59:59 . They would have to wait only very slightly more than a second between the astronaut's 10:59 ...
... astronaut , may change them so that the astronaut could not see the singularity until he hit it and his time came to an end . In other words , the singularity would always lie in his future and never in his past . The strong version of ...
... astronaut falls into a black hole , its mass will increase , but eventually the energy equivalent of that extra mass will be returned to the universe in the form of radiation . Thus , in a sense , the astronaut will be " recycled . " It ...
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