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Posted by Gabriel Gondim/">Gabriel Gondim on May 20, 1997 21:52:51 UTC

There are somethings i were wondering about black holes, i know geometry is not applied to them, so i ask - if two guys were in space looking at a black hole from different angles, question: Would they see the same thing? -I read somewere that if someone falls into a black hole the force that act over your feet and your head will be so different that you will be ripped apart (this is a very silly example but this was the way I read it).So I ask:If something falls into a black hole, it will keep being shared unti it stops?(and will it ever stop?)

This questinons may be stupid, but anyway I use just 10% of my brain capacity.

Thankyou for expending your attention,and thank you even more if you answer my question.

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