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Thread: does exponential decay result in a Rindler horizon?

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    does exponential decay result in a Rindler horizon?

    say there is a percent decrease in size per time unit. would this result in a Rindler Horizon?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greenlight View Post
    say there is a percent decrease in size per time unit. would this result in a Rindler Horizon?
    Hi Greenlight, welcome to CQ.

    The Against The Mainstream (ATM) section of the forum is for those who wish to advocate a non-mainstream idea. It is not for asking questions, nor for developing some non-mainstream idea.

    If you are just asking a question, and are content with the mainstream answer, we'll move this thread to our Q&A section. Please make your intentions, whatever they are, clear in your next post.
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    Greenlight

    You are only allowed one ATM thread at a time (particularly on related topics). Since you ignored this one, I'm closing it.
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