According to Hawking on "Particle Creation by Black Holes", there exists a relationship between the entropy outside of an event horizon, flux within the event horizon, and the area of that same event horizon.
Therefore a black hole can absorb a negatively charged -EDIT: negative energy- particle, and in exchange it's positive partner radiates off into infinity and in exchange contributes to an increase background radiation. In exchange its event horizon shrinks after eating the negative particle, balancing it out.
It must also be able to emit those particles too, according to Hawking.
It then gets too math-heavy for me to understand.
You could conceivably just continue to expand and contract the event horizon by tunneling particles through the event horizon until it contracts down enough that you could tunnel your specific particle back.
So basically information cannot be lost in black holes, just stored until it radiates enough particles off that it collapses and releases the particle that tunneled in.
The particle that tunneled would have to get extremely close to the edge of the event horizon, with the distance from it dictating how long before the event horizon expands towards it and it tunnels through.
With this in mind, wouldn't you technically be pulling information out of the future, since the particle that did tunnel had experienced way more time than the observer looking at it, and then tunneled back to greet him, the same particle $\ P $ that went in, except 'older'?
If so, why the hell can a particle interact with the future? Is it interacting with another part of the universe that is further away from the black hole than time cannot propagate enough to 'catch up'? Is it in a different universe?