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originally posted by: TarzanBeta
a reply to: pfishy
Stars are not planets. Planets are not moons. Moons are not asteroids. Etc. If you want to say they're not comparable, that's fine with me. Stars aren't black holes. If they were, they wouldn't be stars.
And you went through a lot of effort to say a lot and still retain the event horizon, though you dispelled it by your admission of what happens (rather what doesn't happen, to even light, though you neglected that when it's considered false) to objects in proximity to the greater object.
In the same model, light is not a particle, but rather a wave whose carrier is the proton. Are you trying to say that non physical objects are drawn to the physical object via gravity?
Or do you consider that photons are not particles riding a wave, but rather they are birds in a flock, revealing the wave?
Either there is no event horizon or light is an object with mass.
Mass cannot attract no mass without contact with another mass with which no mass interacts.
ETA a better word here would be "conduct".