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  1. Having previously posted a small article about the early universe, I would like to update and add some ideas relating to this concept. Here it is: ∞ = mc3 Infinity = mass multiplied by the speed of light (in a vacuum) cubed. i.e. 27,000 trillion. Essentially, this equation describes the escape velocity of a Black Hole, where, ∞ is the Black Hole and mc3 is the escape velocity. Infinity – This generally describes a region where spacetime curvature becomes infinite due to a gravitational singularity. Einstein’s Field equations suggest that in some areas of the universe matter and energy can b
  2. ∞ = mc3 Infinity = mass multiplied by the speed of light (in a vacuum) cubed. i.e. 27,000 trillion. Infinity – This generally describes a region where spacetime curvature becomes infinite due to a gravitational singularity. Einstein’s Field equations suggest that in some areas of the universe matter and energy can become so compressed that they reach infinite density. A more recent physicist working on the theory of black holes named Schwarzschild, described the gravitational field of a point mass and a spherical mass. He noticed that there was a peculiar behaviour at what is called a ‘Sch
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