I was wondering, if it's true that Hawking radiation always causes a black hole to evaporate after some finite time, wouldn't that mean that any observer travelling into one will see it evaporate before he crosses the event horizon? Is it possible that quantum gravity could do away with the notion of seeing the entire infinite history of the universe by travelling into a black hole?

Jesse Mazer

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