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okay, now hear me out, you've probably heard this question before but this has replies to some of the answers people have given. light can be affected by gravity so you know that means a black hole can obviously affect light as well as it can any solid object but for a black hole to be able to 'pull' light into itself does that not mean it has a greater force than that of light because if light is the fastest thing then surely the most powerful thing can only be able to negate lights speed not completely overcome it otherwise there are faster/more powerful things in the universe than light? also if this is true does that not mean that for a very short period an object flying toward a black hole exceeds the speed of light right before it is consumed? and then does that not mean that it could be possible to harness that power and stabilize it before the user gets 'swallowed' by the black hole. I might ask another related question about this but any answers you have would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.