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Massive and supermassive “dust” spheres (with a zero internal pressure) collapse to compact “full spheres” of finite volumes, whose surfaces have the properties of the event horizon of a gravitating mass-point. By virtue of Hilbert’s repulsive effect, both the event horizon of a mass-point and the event horizon of a “full sphere” cannot “swallow” anything, in contradiction with the assertion of a locus communis. The observational data corroborate our results.
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