Can a "thing" go through the event horizon of a black hole? I mean, everything inside a black hole can travel only in one direction: inward. That destroys the "thing" itself, since independent parts of the "thing" are no longer connected to one each others. Perhaps it's impossible for a "thing" to trespass the event horizon of a black hole. In that scenario the light could trespass the event horizon because the light it's not a thing, but a phenomenon. Or maybe I misunderstood some concepts and a "thing" could remain like a "thing" locally, even though it's impossible for it to escape from the black hole. Thanks and sorry for my weird English.