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Re: HELP! (escape Velocity And Inner Event Horizons)

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Posted by Harbinger/">Harbinger on April 8, 1999 00:39:44 UTC

: No it is not possible even in principle to escape from inside the event horizon of a black hole. The light cones become tilted near a gravitating body and in the vicinity of a BH they become tilted to the point where the time component becomes the space component. This means you can no more escape the BH then you can avoid tomorrow.

So if you can no longer manuever in space, does that mean that time will then become a visible, "living" dimension that you CAN navigate through? (even if you do hit the singularity and die, can you still time travel during your last few seconds?)

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