Not true. Learn how Hawking's radiation works.

On Fri, Feb 2, 2018 at 12:02 AM, <> wrote:

> In reply to  Eric Walker's message of Thu, 1 Feb 2018 16:46:41 -0700:
> Hi,
> [snip]
> >If we take the other option, then nothing in our timeline ever happens to
> >things that have crossed over the event horizon, and it is meaningless to
> >talk about its contents.
> >
> It's worse than that - nothing ever even gets to cross the event horizon
> from
> our point of view (because time slows to the point where the universe
> comes to
> an end before anything actually gets to the event horizon.)
> (Which BTW is what originally led me to the notion that there is nothing
> in a
> black hole.)
> This also means that the growth in mass of a black hole must come from
> matter/energy accumulating in a tight orbit (just) outside the event
> horizon.
> Regards,
> Robin van Spaandonk
> local asymmetry = temporary success

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