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Is this what we see as radio waves being emitted from black holes? I'm not sure if BH do emit radio waves, but I think I remember reading it somewhere, although I may be mistaken.
"Even in orbit around the Earth, the difference in gravitational force over relatively small distances i.e. a km or two, is enough to put tension in a long 'cable' that is oriented towards the Earth and keep it taut..."Could you further explain this please?
In a Episode of "Through the Wormhole" they were using a thought experiment using "Bob" and "Jane". As Jane approached the black hole Bob saw her slow until she stopped, while Jane continued past the event horizon.
Why don't we see the frozen image of everything the black hole has "eaten" over its history? Does the relativity of time mean only Bob can see Jane frozen in time forever?