Double Slit Experiment Near The Singularity of a black hole

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I've been wondering for a long time whether or not the theory that one electron can be in two places at the same time holds near the singularity of a black hole?
 
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Why do you think that the answer could be different than in other more regular conditions?
 
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Why do you think that the answer could be different than in other more regular conditions?
Because of the intense gravity near the singularity
 
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Because of the intense gravity near the singularity
You shouldn't expect there to be any qualitatively different behavior near a black hole. Compared, let's say, to ordinary constraints in the laboratory on Earth.
 
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gravity doesnt discredit the uncertainty principle
 

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