Hey all! Two things came to my mind about black holes, and I hope some of you can help me out :) 1. Say you have a non rotating, chargeless black hole of a certain size. Its radius will be R. If you go through the black hole, from your perspective then time will be fine, right? Then that generalizes to everything going into a black hole will experience time normally, from its perspective. So say you have a gigantic planet of radius 10R going into the black hole, moving very very fast. What happens to the planet? 2. I've read about quantum entanglement not being able to transfer information when across the event horizon because it doesnt transmit information, only noise, since you can't control the result of your measurement. But what if I took 52 particles and entangled them into 26 pairs. Then I take 26 of those particles with me inside the event horizon of a supermassive black hole. I have set up a system (that the other person with the other 26 particles knows) wherein if I measure the spin of the first particle, that's letter A. And if I measure the spin of the second, that's B. And so on. So, within the event horizon, I could theoretically describe what it feels like inside the black hole. By measuring the spins of the particles in a specific order, it won't matter to me if the result is up or down. The other person just has to know what letter each particle represents and in which order I measured them (which, in terms of the two particle spins being forced into one spin and another anti spin, seems to be simultaneous, defying light speed). I could spell out "its dark" and that is definitely information being transfered from inside the event horizon to outside it. What are your takes on this procedure?