Subject: If mass increases as an object w/ mass approaches C can it become a black h
Date: Fri Oct 6 16:53:58 2000
Posted by Philip Chan
Grade level: grad (non-science)
School: No school entered.
City: Astoria State/Province: NY
Area of science: Physics
I understand that as objects approach the speed of light, their masses
get larger (as observed by someone outside). As the velocity gets near the
speed of light, the should mass increases to infinity. At least that what
the math seem to say. Does it fellow that if I get close enough to the
speed of light I would ,via general relativity, become a black hole?
Re: If mass increases as an object w/ mass approaches C can it become a black h
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