Assuming a tachyon exists, can one escape a black hole?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Now, at the singularity of a black hole, gravity is infinite, right?* Since gravity is infinite, would it not suck in everything, even superluminal particles? On the flipside, since gravity can't exceed the speed of light, is it able to suck in anything travelling faster than light?

At the very least, the event horizon for a tachyon would be closer to the singularity than one for light and all else, I'm assuming. But then an event horizon for a tachyon couldn't exist if gravity can't catch it.

Then again, am I off my rocker?

* I'm under the assumption that gravity is actually infinite. But one thing I could never understand is if we think it's infinite since we apply both quantum mechanics and relativity to a singularity (and applying both at the same time gives an infinite answer)... or if it actually is infinite.

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# Can a tachyon escape a black hole?

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