Q 27

Which of the following statements about black holes is not true? A)If you watch someone else fall into a black hole,you will never see him or her cross the event horizon.However,he or she will fade from view as the light he or she emits (or reflects)becomes more and more redshifted. B)If we watch a clock fall toward a black hole,we will see it tick slower and slower as it falls nearer to the black hole. C)A black hole is truly a hole in spacetime,through which we could leave the observable universe. D)If the Sun magically disappeared and was replaced by a black hole of the same mass,Earth would soon be sucked into the black hole. E)If you fell into a black hole,you would experience time to be running normally as you plunged rapidly across the event horizon.

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