Topology of Event Horizon

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Siino, Masaru;
(1997)

The topologies of event horizons are investigated. Considering the existence of the endpoint of the event horizon, it cannot be differentiable. Then there are the new possibilities of the topology of the event horizon though they are excluded in smooth event horizons. T... View more
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