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I know that a black hole it's a singularity, but its event horizon gets bigger the more mass/energy you throw in. I thought that like dark matter interacts gravitationally with regular matter , it would interact with black holes, eventually falling , increasing the mass of the black hole and therefore , its event horizon. It's "easy" to see if the event horizon gets bigger too fast, only counting regular matter, so i guess it does not happen, but why?