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EMR is electromagnetic radiation which included light please read below.So why wouldn't they block out the light from the stars, well they are very small, almost a Planck mass and light is both waves and particles the chance of a Photon hitting a small black hole is less then the chance of Sun light(Photons) hitting the atoms (nitrogen 78.08% and oxygen 20.95%) in the air on their way through the atmosphere on a bright sunny day, some do.Does this answer your response imatfaal?
Hi I thought all black holes are affected by hawking radiation?Can you please explain EMR or a link to it also incident electromagnetic radiation.Thank you imatfaal
Also you are saying someone has measured hawking radiation, can you tell me who? As far as I know no one has ever measured hawking radiation yet?
Hi Imatfaal,So far in our conversations all that's been talked about is the effects of hawk radiation.
Hawking radiation is mathematically correct, but the property of a singularity are still somewhat if a mystery, so even if a antimatter particle does falls into the black hole, what happens inside the singularity we don't know as yet?
dark matter is antimatter in another layer of spacetime and is repelling the matterit cannot be seen because light can only be bent by that layer, not jump between layersthe only way light can move between layers is through a black hole - white hole tunnelthe reason it repells because in the antimatter layer, the time component is negative, relative to the matter layer