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After an object goes through the event horizon, is it possible for the object to reach the singularity?

As far as i know, singularity, bends space down and actually space moves faster than light towards the singularity. But what tells us that the singularity's bending has a limit? Would it keep bending, and creating more space over time inside the event horizon.

The more correct way of wording would be, doesn't the singularity become the arrow of time once the object is inside the event horizon. Which would be only reachable if you could move mass at the speed of light, which is impossible?

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