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If nothing in the universe can travel faster than light, how come light can't escape a black hole? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How does gravity escape a black hole? If nothing in the universe can travel faster than light, how come light can't escape a black hole? I mean, Einstein's relativity ...
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Nothing escapes BHs, gravitons mediate gravity, so why do BHs gravitate? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How does gravity escape a black hole? Nothing escapes black holes, gravitons mediate gravity, so why do black holes gravitate? My question is, "where is the hole (no ...
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Is there any proof that the speed of gravity is limited? [duplicate]

I must warn that though I'm argumenting with black holes I'm not asking how does gravity escape the black hole!. I want to know if the absolute speed of gravity waves were proven bu an experiment. We ...
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How can black holes have gravity? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How does gravity escape a black hole? How can gravity get out of a black hole? If a black hole is so powerful that even light does not travel fast enough to get out, and ...
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Graviton through the horizon and force felt outside a black hole [duplicate]

Gravitational force is mediated by graviton exchange. If I am standing outside a black hole, I can of course feel the attracting force towards the black hole. This should correspond to gravitons ...
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How does classical GR concept of space-time emerge from string theory?

First, I'll state some background that lead me to the question. I was thinking about quantization of space-time on and off for a long time but I never really looked into it any deeper (mainly because ...
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Speed of gravity in cosmological codes and ephemeris generation

There are few questions in Phys.SE concerning the speed of gravity, and the answers are traditionally that the speed of gravity equals to the speed of light. But in that case I have three more ...
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What happens to an embedded magnetic field when a black hole is formed from rotating charged dust?

Black holes have no-hair so there are uniquely specified by a mass, charge and angular momentum. Imagine a cloud of charged rotating dust. There will be a magnetic field associated with the current ...
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Why a black hole sucks nearly everything, but emits gravitons?

What is so inherently different to the idea of gravitons from other particles, that a black hole draws everything possible including massless photons, but emits gravitons the more the stronger it ...
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In which direction do gravitons travel? Do they originate from mass or are they collected by masses?

This is a kind of silly question, that mostly goes unanswered: are gravitons detatched from the objects they act on, like photons in free space. Maybe gravity or gravitons are collected by mass ...
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Black hole and photons [duplicate]

I've read in a book that even light can't escape the gravitational pull of a black hole after a certain distance. But this seemed impossible to me. Imagine a photon, moving directly in the opposite ...

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