Assuming that antimatter is matter with time arrow reversed, would it be right to say that matter beyond black hole event horizon then would become antimatter because of space and time axes exchanged? Would not black hole then appear like a nice universe consisting from antimatter that slowly expands as matter falls into it?
I do not claim anything just want to find out how wrong the idea is. Although, it is not really related to the question but I would like shortly explain where from my crazy idea that matter can indeed move to the opposite time direction is coming. I think that there was no Big Bang but initially was space filled with matter fluctuating back and forth in time (field fluctuating between matter and antimatter). Since there was no real matter - matter and antimatter fluctuated from vacuum and annihilated chaotically and hence there were no state transitions (movement) which we perceive as time - there was no time, in fact there was no matter either - just vacuum. But at some random event indicated as 'shortly after Big Bang', CP-symmetry got broken, which caused antimatter to disappear and gave rise to the time which we since perceive as going forward (if by some other event antimatter had won our time would go into opposite direction - but this does not mean 'back in time'). CP-violation caused universe expansion, but there was no initial rapid expansion, since universe did not arise from a singularity, but from a homogeneous space, which is in sync with recent Cosmic background radiation observations.