Static spherically symmetric solutions in general projective relativity
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Static spherically symmetric solutions have been obtained for general projective relativity withn=0 andn≠0 both in isotropic and curvature coordinates. In curvature coordinates, only a restricted exact solution is possible. However, an approximate solution can always be obtained following a method similar to Vanden Bergh. In these spacetimes there is no horizon, but only a naked singularity atr=0. Thus there are no black holes. It is shown that there is no solution in static, spherically symmetric, conformally flat spacetime.
KeywordsBlack Hole Field Theory Exact Solution Elementary Particle Quantum Field Theory
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