Would it be possible for something to pass through 2 event horizons,falling into both black holes?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

also,if it can,what would happen if the objecct in question (lets say a proton) was at a point where the forces acting on it were equal in every direction?

say being at the centre of these two circles?(even though the forces wouldnt be equal at this point.

http://www.csnmail.net/~stjoan5/venn2.1.gif

would the proton quickly expand into a quark-gluon plasma?or would the gravitational/strong forces keep it confined?

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