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If a black hole that is feeding is actually ingesting the spacetime around it (and hence whatever may lie in that spacetime including light) what does it do when it is not ingesting but nonetheless has very strong gravitational attraction?
Does it sit there dragging empty spacetime into it? If yes, what would be the (very very) long-term effect of this phenomenon on the evolution of the universe?
IH
Does it sit there dragging empty spacetime into it? If yes, what would be the (very very) long-term effect of this phenomenon on the evolution of the universe?
IH