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Light Pulled In By A Blackhole Goes Even Faster?

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Posted by Martyn on February 19, 2004 06:54:09 UTC

If light is traveling towards a blackhole (which it does because when standing in front of a blackhole you can still see the universe), it eventually gets pulled inside by the blackhole. If so, doesnt light start to travel faster? If so then light travels faster than the light speed we know know.

Any thoughts anyone?

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