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How Do Gravitons Leave Black Holes?

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Rev. Green | 09:30 Tue 12th Jun 2018 | Science
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How does a black hole attract matter if nothing, except a small amount of Hawking radiation, can escape?

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Alternatively, I guess, they could come into existence just outside the event horizon ?
10:54 Tue 12th Jun 2018
they don't, they are a theoretical Boson anyway.
I'd have to think about this because it's not something I routinely study.

Let me get back to you.
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I mean this in the nicest way possible, spath, but please don't try and answer this question.
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TBF spath didn't try and answer the question, he answered something of his own choosing!
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Your first answer had nothing to do with the question asked. Neither does the second one, if it comes to that.

spath: your answer is a poor description of a gravity field, not what is being asked. It also assumes that all stars have less mass than all black holes so it's nonsense too.
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Perhaps there isn't such a thing as a graviton after all ?
Interesting question though.
Alternatively, I guess, they could come into existence just outside the event horizon ?
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not with you jim. A black hole formed by a star would need to be a star of at least 25 solar masses, so there must be some smaller than the many stars that are greater than 25 solar masses.
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They don't all spin; or do they ? I thought rotating ones were just one type but maybe they all do eventually. I know less of this than I thought, or senility has robbed me of the info.
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