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A first problem is that there is in GR no such thing as "an observers frame", except in sloppy speech. There are various systems of coordinates. Two systems of coordinates may agree for an observer as much as one likes but differ elsewhere. And all the systems of coordinates are on equal foot, none is preferred. What could replace the "observer's frame"? ...


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The hypothesis doesn't make much sense. The resistance of an object to being ripped apart is given by its elasticity, not by how much is massive. Anyway, to the central question there is no answer yet. This is the so called information loss paradox, one of the greatest unsolved problem in theoretical physics. In general relativity the object falls in a ...


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You state that: there is literally no way to squeeze more information (entropy) into a given volume than that in a black hole occupying that volume But you must keep in mind that the volume occupied by the radiation+BH system is larger than the volume of the black hole by itself. When the black hole initially forms the horizon has a radius $r$ which ...



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