Even the particles that made up his body, would not survive.
Even the particles that made up his body, would not survive.Tags: Information System AssignmentEssays On Constructive MathematicsFallacies Of Critical ThinkingCover Letter For Entry Level Radiologic TechnologistFrontier Thesis And American ExceptionalismViolence Video S EssayRepresentation EssayGreat Expectations Essays On Schools And Society
[Note: This is taken from the text used by Professor Hawking's speech synthesizer.
While most of the spelling and punctuation peculiarities required by the computer translator have been corrected, some may still exist (especially names). How can anything get out through the event horizon of a black hole.
Thus, in a sense, the astronaut would be transported to another region of the universe.
However, the particles that emerged, would not look much like the astronaut.
What will happen then to the objects, including possible spaceships, that fell into the black hole.
According to some recent work of mine, the answer is that they go off into a little baby universe of their own.
If it does, it would appear to us to be another black hole, which formed, and then evaporated.
Particles that fell into one black hole, would appear as particles emited by the other black hole, and vice versa.
Nor, might it be much consolation to him, as he ran into the singularity in real time, to know that his particles will survive in imaginary time.
The motto for anyone who falls into a black hole must be: Think Imaginary. The number of particles in the baby universe, will be equal to the number of particles that fell into the black hole, plus the number of particles that the black hole emits, during its evaporation.