Alrighty, this is my second attempt at this thread, as my first was removed due to speculating theories so i will try to keep this short and clear. Is it possible to apply the concept of Wave/Particle duality to explain the event horizon paradox in which a particle can cross the horizon in a finite amount of time while an outside observer, in an infinite amount of time, will never see the particle cross. I would like to clarify that I'm not theorizing, I'm simply wondering whether my thoughts are off based relative to reality. So with that said, here is a brief explanation of what I am under the impression of. As the particle approaches the black hole and it is crushed down to the plank constant, could the possibility occur in which the particle itself slips across the event horizon while the wave form of the particle propagates around the black hole never crossing the horizon itself. Thus, as in the hologram theory (not my theory, a theory highly regarded amongst physicist atleast to my knowledge) , the wave would represent the particle outside the black hole while the particle itself would reside inside. Once again I'm not intentionally (if at all) speculating theories, i just want to know if this application of actual physical concepts can occur within the constraints of what we know so far. In other words.. how bad do i not know what I'm talking about?