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Posted by qwark on August 18, 1998 08:34:16 UTC

Suppose a person is falling into a supermassive BH: Time compared to "normal" space-time slows down due to relativety effects. Doesn't that mean that the unfortunate person may wittness the end of the universe (that is if there is an end), as time seems to go at a faster pace outside the BH?

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