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Would you then be able to communicate through the event horizon of a black hole if on the other site somebody sit's with a detector that can detect disturbances in space/time and decode your morse code message?
let's say you drop over the event horizon of a black hole. You cannot communicate back anymore using 'conventional' techniques because space is traveling faster then the speed of light (as how I currently understand the event horizon)...
communication... inside -> out.
But I guess that would be the same as outside -> in
Quote from: rvtcommunication... inside -> out. Gravitational waves only travel at the speed of light. But the escape velocity of a black hole exceeds the speed of light, so gravitational waves can't escape either.Quote from: rvtBut I guess that would be the same as outside -> inInformation & matter can easily travel from outside the event horizon to inside the event horizon (it's unknown how garbled they would be after they cross the event horizon). Neither matter or information can go from the inside of the black hole to the outside (as far as we know), so it is quite asymmetric.