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Posted by Barry Dye on August 26, 1999 02:42:04 UTC

: : : : If time comes to a stop at the surface of a Black Hole : : : : then how does anything ever get into the BH?

: : : Time only stands still to the outside observer time : : : relitive to BH still keeps on ticking

: : But doesn't that mean that to an outside observe : : (us) that nothing can ever get into a black hole : : during our finit time?

If the information can never get back to us that matter or energy has entered the hole then, in effect, the matter and energy doesn't, in our time, get in the hole from our frame of reference.

: NO the matter or energy enters the hole : The information to us to verify this event : happened can never reach us : not escape back to us

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