As you fall into a black hole, the old story is you would be spaghettified - and this question is not about that.
However passing of time would be warped, so you would see the future of the universe unfold as you cross the event horizon? This means that you will be receiving the combined radiation energy of the universe's future in what I imagine is an instant.
To me, this implies that black holes have inside them the combined radiation energy of the entire universe, while simultaneously for us outside of the black hole - they don't.
Purely in terms of energy, every black hole contains within them an entire universe of energy - as seen from inside the black hole?
To summarize my questions:
Beyond the event horizon, does the blue shift caused by time dilation overcome the red shift caused by acceleration toward the black hole?
Would all black holes receive the combined radiation of rest of the universe and would the universe have to be open, flat or closed for this to hold true?
How does black hole evaporation fit into this?
I've been obsessed with this idea, that becomes a consequence of this. It basically means that if any particle in the universe eventually will end up inside a black hole - it already has entered that black hole as seen from within that black hole.
So in a collapsing universe, a black hole can be as "rich" as our entire universe in terms of mass and energy. Every black hole in the universe contains the entire universe. The mass inside it would simply be the future of the mass we have here.
This leads to a final question: Where can I read other peoples thoughts on this subject?