http://www.cnn.com/2009/TECH/space/04/27/falling.into.black.hole/index.html In this article, in couple of places they mention about space moving faster than light. It's incorrect, right? (from the article) . . . . Hamilton also described them as places where space is falling faster than light. . . . Once you pass the horizon -- or go over Niagara Falls, in the waterfall analogy -- you would be falling faster than the speed of light toward the black hole's center -- called a singularity -- and feeling the effects, Hamilton said. . . .