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Light pressure on light (in blackhole) ?



 
 
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Old March 11th 20, 05:52 AM posted to alt.astronomy
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Default Light pressure on light (in blackhole) ?

I was just wondering if light can pressure onto of light, perhaps in a blackhole and what would be the effects of light pressuring together on itself ?

What do our equations say will happen to light if it pressures on top of itself, is this theoretically possibly by our current theories/understanding ?

Perhaps light falls into the blackhole so fast that it never pressurises on top of itself or maybe it does, I don't know !

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Old March 12th 20, 12:21 PM posted to alt.astronomy
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Default Light pressure on light (in blackhole) ?

On 11/03/2020 4:52 pm, wrote:
I was just wondering if light can pressure onto of light,



huh?
 




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