If quantum teleportation is performed into a black hole (by an electron for example), what happens to that electron?
Let's say a hydrogen atom is very close to a black hole and the electron jumps into the next level of energy, which collides with the black hole, is the electron stuck forever? Is it prevented from entering the black hole? Is it free to enter and leave?
EDIT [More precision about my train of thoughts, feel free to either answer or discuss about my why of thinking if not appropriate for the concern] :
I understand that we do not know enough about the QFT and black hole interaction, but I would like to try to narrow a bit the question, to see if there is a way to actually answer the question with a relative precision.
Theoretically, at the moment the electron jumps and his electron cloud conflicts with the black hole, I believe the only possibilities are :
The electrons "enters" the black hole at one point (quantum teleports its state into it) and is free to leave the part of the cloud that is in the black hole, resulting in a paradox in the fact that no information can enter then leave the black hole. So not possible ?
The electron does NOT enter the black hole and is trapped into a electron cloud which is a part of the real cloud, resulting in a disorder in the electromagnetic stability of the atom, and making the electron "drop" into the atom. (what could that imply? is it possible ?)
The electron enters the black hole, and is trapped in it, breaking the link between the nucleus and the electron. ( what could that imply ? Is it possible ? Breaking the link requires energy, so the black is loosing energy/mass, while also earning energy because of the mass gained by the absorption ?). But that would mean that the nucleus "sees" the electron entering the black hole because of the link broken or would that mean that the nucleus still considers itself a hydrogen atom ?
I know this is very theoretical, and my train of thoughts is probably really bad, but I found it interesting to think about.