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>>7253077
>I'm smart because I do some undergrad's homework

If the people who posted in those threads were intelligent, there wouldn't be any discussion. A right answer is a right answer.

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Underrated post.

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>>6962287
We're on 4chan. No social lives.

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>>6621888
No. As anything approaches the speed of light, the energy required to accelerate it increases. To actually reach the speed of light, an object would need infinite energy, which a black hole does not have.

Besides, if things went faster than light under the event horizon, some objects would be slingshotted outward because of the literally impossibly fast speeds allowing them to reach escape velocity.



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