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2020, no. 2


Belinsky A.V., Shulman M.H.

More, than 100 years ago, A. Einstein published his fundamental work on the Special Relativity and discovered its laws including clock paradox. However, as we believe, many scientists until now do not understand all the revolutionary meaning of this concept not only for mechanics, but, for other important physics parts. The present publication analyses the paradox of black holes creation, long-range and short-range interaction concepts in the area of quantum phenomena, theory of electromagnetic and gravitational fields. The relations between local and global phenomena become clearer due such analysis.

Keywords: relativity, clock paradox, black hole, universe, event horizon, gravitational collapse, inverse causality, light cone, comoving observer, quantum nonlocality, thought paradox of Wheeler, delayed choice, short-range interaction, action at a distance, Machs principle.

UDC: 524.834, 530.145.86

PACS: 03.65.Ud, 04.70.-s

DOI: 10.17238/issn2226-8812.2020.2.14-22

Please cite this article in English as:
Belinsky A.V., Shulman M.H. Black Hole creation, causality, non-locality. Space, Time and Fundamental Interactions, 2020, no. 2, pp. 14-22.