Alright, so I'm kinda new to posting here, sorry if I don't understand things fully at this time. As for questions, I have a few of them. Firstly, what is the force of gravity at the event horizon of a black hole. Since photons have no mass, what would be the force required to trap it? Secondly, I hate the fact that some people see light speed as a realistic impossibility because Einstein said so. Did Einstein not mean that it was a PERCEPTUAL impossibility? Merely meaning that if there is something that can exceed the speed of light, we cannot perceive it? Lastly, if gravity is infinite through all points in space, imagine this: you line up a point on the face of the earth with a black hole, or where the black hole SHOULD be. If you could line up an object in between the earth and the black hole, and the object were close enough to the black hole, wouldn't we perceive the object in slow-time?