Alright, so if a black hole warps space toward its center. Does this mean that as an observer approaches a black hole they would observe the universe around them expanding? Further, would that observer witness the universe behind them expand away from them, and when they reach the event horizon the universe would be expanding away from the observer at and then over the speed of light, thus making it impossible to escape the black hole? Also, if gravity is dependant on the space between two masses, wouldn't the black hole effectively weigh many orders of magnitude less due to the warping of space? Effectively, the center of a black hole is much further than the far side of the black hole to an external observer. Finally, if a black hole has a gravitational field proportional to what it should have given it's mass and ignoring spacial expansion. Then wouldn't that cause issues with the massed particle acting on massed particle view of gravity? Wouldn't it make more sense if gravity was a byproduct of the interaction between particles and how warped space becomes from massed particles?