Simple question to ask, but probably not so simple to explain an answer: Can an object moving faster than light (I would say a tachyon, but I don't want to since there are different theories about what a tachyon might be) escape from a black hole? Obviously a black hole isn't just about gravity, in the sense that things 'fall' because of gravity. Even light can't escape, since space-time curves in on itself so much. So would something that is somehow faster than light still be trapped in the same way? Or maybe moving faster than light would change how the object is experiencing time enough to make the outcome different. I can't really wrap my head around it.