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OK, a bit of a tabloid headline title. On to the crux. If we continually entangled photon pairs, sending one into a black hole and the other to a detector, would we be solving the information paradox? Or just wasting our time?
what could possibly be altered? energized photons could alter their mass in a back hole. would that alter a zero mass without a rest state in the detector photon. could a non zero photon mass in the detector be contained? would a non zero photon mass transition into an anti particle with an altered spin of -1?
would entangled photons in a black hole feasibly be able to engage with its detector counterparts under hawking's radiation or quantum tunneling? if so the delay would not be instantaneous but would entail a quantum delay, this delay would essentially be a time travel time phenomena from the past to the future. this would confirm current
experiments were altering the spin of particles produce a retroactive change in the base detector particles
would the zero charge detector's photon transition into an anti particle if its spin was reversed and its mass was altered? would the energy that resulted be sufficient to fuel a larger time travel phenomena?