Another question from someone who doesn't know much about physics. If black holes don't let light out, then it has to stop somewhere, right? There has to be a point where the light is not moving at c. It's been proven that gravity can "bend" light waves, so why could it not stop them? Also, if nothing moves faster than light, and light is stopped, does that mean, that at that point, time is also stopped? Or, is time sped up because when you get closer to the speed of light, time slows down, but if the speed of light is slowed, does time speed up? would you be staring infinity in the face when you look at a black hole?