Supposing a man named Bob falls into a black hole, an instant of Bob's perceived time would be a nearly infinite amount of time to the rest of the universe due to relativity and the effects it has in and near black holes. Okay sure, but we also know (to my knowledge) that black holes "evaporate" over time. Could it be that the instant Bob gets sucked in, (an instant in his perceived time) the black hole dissipates (because it has evaporated over countless years, as perceived by an outside observer) leaving Bob completely unharmed? Please clarify this. Thank you!