2 questions; Is there a point, either at or just beyond the event horizon where a photon would "float" due to an equal amount of gravity vs the energy of the photon trying to "avoid" said gravity? Does this affect any relativity laws if there is a brief moment where a 3rd frame of reference could possibly see a "motionless" particle of light? For an object that crosses the event horizon, does it's velocity increase at any kind of fixed rate, thus smashing into the singularity? Or does the effect of gravity on the objects frame of time cause it to slowly "blend" into the singularity? If the 2nd question is hard to answer because of a lack of knowledge within black holes, what are some of the larger theories regarding what is happening at the center, if there are any?