For an outside observer the time seems to stop at the event horizon. My intuition suggests, that if it stops there, then it must go backwards inside. Is this the case?
This question is a followup for the comment I made for this question: Are we inside a black hole?
Food for thought: if time stops at the event horizon (for an outside observer), for inside, my intuition suggests, time should go backwards. So for matter, that's already inside when the black hole forms, it won't fall towards a singularity but would fall outwards towards the event horizon due to this time reversal. So inside there would be an outward gravitational force. It would be fascinating if it turns out that all this cosmological redshift, and expansion we observe, is just the effect of an enormous event horizon outside pulling the stuff outwards.
So from outside: we see nothing fall in, and see nothing come out.
And from inside: we see nothing fall out, and see nothing come in.
Hopefully the answers make this clear, and I learn a bit more about the GR. :)