Black holes have an event horizon, i.e, a maximum radius under which the escape velocity is more than the velocity of light. Because you're far far away from the event horizon, it doesn't matter

There has been no experimental evidence of black holes.

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TopNewestBlack holes have an event horizon, i.e, a maximum radius under which the escape velocity is more than the velocity of light. Because you're far far away from the event horizon, it doesn't matter

There has been no experimental evidence of black holes.

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According to QUANTUM physics i.e. Hawking Radiation, it proved the existence of Black Holes.

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You may mathematically claim the existence of Black Hole, but at the heart of physics is experimentation.

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Black hole can't do anything beyond event horizon.

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