This question has been bothering me a bit. I know that neutrinos have super small mass and they interact via the weak force. Since they have a non-zero mass, they should be affected by black holes and their paths should be affected by them.
Suppose we have a neutrino of any flavor traveling directly to the coordinates of the singularity of a black hole... or its cross sectional impact includes the black hole coordinate. Basically, its going straight towards a black hole...
Given that a black hole has so much mass and is so dense, it surely must be able to interact with a neutrino, right?
What are the conditions for neutrinos to get trapped in a black hole, or not?