Here is an oddball that I am wondering - could the spaghetification be countered by time dilation? Because as you approach a black hole (assuming you go in legs first) not only do your legs experience higher gravity than your torso, but they are also subjected to more time dilation - as they stretch, they also get stuck in an ever more "compressed" area of time, essentially slowing down while the rest of the body catches up. Is the ratio of these phenomena powerful enough to cancel each other out? Also I have a follow up question, if you don't mind - This is all postulated under the assumption of the existence of Hawking radiation; as you approach a black hole, you experience exponential time dilation, assuming you survive the approach long enough, you could see the entire universe unfold above you... But the question is, as the black hole you're falling into evaporates, accounting for time dilation, could the black hole decay to the point where it can no longer sustain itself and "blows up" before you even fall in? So if my second question is even appropriate, it raises some interesting notions about black holes, one of which being how could it have even formed in the first place as time compression wouldn't even get matter to hit the event horizon across the entire black holes lifetime. Am I making any sense? Or are you going to start tossing rotten eggs at me and chase me off the stage?