Hi, I'm at high school at the moment and i have gotten really interested in black holes and the way they work as i have been reading books from Stephen Hawking. So we know that black holes absorb matter and photons by the pull of gravity. And we also know that it emmits radiation. But because photons cant escape the pull and radiation can, does that mean the radiation should be travelling faster than the speed of light? It says that for something to escape a black hole it should be travelling faster than the speed of light. However this is incompatible with einsteins theory of relativity because he says that nothing can exceed the limit of the speed of light. Could the uncertainty principle make this possible?