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ramayana
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First are these assumptions correct?<br /><br />1. Co-ordinal space is measure in units cubed, consisting of three spatial dimensions, length, width, and height.<br /><br />2. Black holes are fixed in co-ordinal space, which is to say, using a reference frame, they can be spatially located to exist within a region of space.<br /><br />3. L*W*H=Volume in general, 4/3*pi*r^3=Volume of a sphere, L*W=Area in general, and, 4*pi*r^2=Surface area of a sphere.<br /><br />4. An object that occupies co-ordinal space will have finite values regarding length, width, and height, which can be used to derive volume and area/surface area through the above equations, for general objects and spheres.<br /><br />5. Wherever there is co-ordinal space, finite values for length, width, and height will exist within that co-ordinal space, if only in that the amount of space is finite and corresponds to the three spatial dimensions of length, width, and height.<br /><br />6. A point is 0-dimensional in the use described by Hawking, and is said to exist in the center of black holes.<br /><br />The Singularity is absurd! :]