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Summary:

Statements 13, are they correct?
Questions a and b, please answer : )
1. So for an asymptotically faraway observer, something falling towards a black hole will never reach it
2. However, the thing falling in will reach the event horizon is finite affine parameter
3. The Universe has a finite age for an asymptotically far away observer
a) Does this mean that one can never observe anything falling into a black hole?
b) My lecturer noted that 'one cannot observe a black hole forming', did I hear this correctly? But then why are there black holes?
2. However, the thing falling in will reach the event horizon is finite affine parameter
3. The Universe has a finite age for an asymptotically far away observer
a) Does this mean that one can never observe anything falling into a black hole?
b) My lecturer noted that 'one cannot observe a black hole forming', did I hear this correctly? But then why are there black holes?