Approaching a black hole event horizon, I would see time pass more quickly outside.
In practical terms, let's assume I am approaching a supermassive black hole whose tidal forces I might survive at the horizon (let's say it's Saggitarius A*). I know that I wouldn't see infinite time pass as I crossed the horizon , but could I survive all the radiation from the "not quite infinite" amount of time (and presumably blue-shifted light?) I would be observing?
I've tagged this as "black-hole-firewall" because it sounds like a similar concept, but my question isn't motivated by information loss so I think it might be unrelated.