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Posted by Joe Antognini on December 30, 2001 21:24:07 UTC

You make good points, but the black hole also 'sees' the object slow to a halt. When the black hole 'sees' that the object will never pass through and the universe will end or the black hole will evaporate and there will be no black hole and hence no event horizon for the object to fall into. The object sees time start to move faster around him as he falls in. The further he falls, the faster time speeds up around him. When he reaches the event horizon, the time around him is moving infinitely fast and the universe has ended or the black hole has evaporated.

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