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a. will a distant observer perceive the stone to depart me almost tangentially or radially?

b. using my proper time, will the stone and I still cross the event horizon in about 1 second?

c. will the points where the stone and I cross the event horizon be about 1/100 light second and 1/10000 light second away from the original expected position, or will we be smeared along a long track so that there are no definite points of entry?

d. will the stone fly by (or hit) me before we cross the horizon?

e. will a distant observer see the stone revolve once, revolve indefinitely, frozen somewhere, or form a blurred ring (if he can see very redshifted light and fast moving objects)?

I think the frozen star theory will have very different predictions to the black hole theory.

Wai Wong