Hello. If you were far away from a small black hole, and shot (for the sake of argument a bullet) with such precision so that it would just miss the event horizon, I have learned that the body falling in will gain speed as it approaches the black hole, and at the event horizon the speed is c. But if the bullet in this case misses the horizon, it would still have massive speed built up and consequently relative to the black hole, its mass would approach infinity. Right? Then, wouldn't the black hole feel the gravitational pull from this object, and behave thereafter? And if this holds, then all objects with mass would make the hole wobble around alot as they fall into the hole, some will just miss it , some don't. Like a dancing hole in the universe...hehe Is this a correct assumption?