hi, i'm most likely the dumbest person around here(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

i study electronics, and havent seen anything like this at school,

but i was doing some own research for a paper (for my physics teacher)

and i rather got confused when i read some sites

so my question is :

is it possible to travel faster then light INSIDE a black hole?

i get the fact that at the event horizon:

gravity pull= speed of light, this is the "frozen effect", the light photons force to move away from the black hole and the force drawing them in is equal( like 2 persons pulling a string equally)

now since as you come closer to the black hole you come closer to the speed of light

with when you reach the event horizon v=1c

right?

would it not be logic that beyond the horizon v>1c

so outside event horizon v<1c

on top of event horizon v=1c

beyond the event horizon v>1c

my question now is, where lies my mistake?(if i made one)

i'm not trying to be a know-it-all

its is rather disturbing and hard to grasp how mucht a dimension as time is being influcent by gravity, if someone could explain this to me, i would find it easier to grasp,

if you want to anwser with formulas, be my guest, i had enough maths in school and i know how to use a search button to understand the formulas myself

feel free to point out my gaint flaws in my assumption

after all the only physics i've had so far about this subject were the ones that google showed me

so please correct me

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# Matter travelling faster then light inside a black hole

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