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September 21st, 2013, 05:25 PM   #1
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Whats inside a black hole?

The answer comes from the most basic facts about black holes:

(1) An observer outside sees someone falling in slow to a halt and never fall in, while the one falling in quickly experiences approaching the "end of time" of things outside the black hole.

(2) Every black hole very slowly evaporates into hawking radiation and this finishes before the "end of time".

Therefore anyone falling into a black hole will see it completely evaporate into hawking radiation before passing the event horizon, which would accelerate away from them faster than they can fall in. There is no path to the inside of a black hole, so there is no inside.
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