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RE: Going Into A Black Hole.

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Posted by little kid on October 16, 2000 23:36:01 UTC

Actually, time would not stop for you, because you are moving on a constant speed by the gravity
from the black hole. From an observer`s frame of reference, it would appear that you were outside of the event horizon even after you were crushed,
because your "light" would be still going because of the strong gravity of the black hole.

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