As the tile says, anyone's got an idea what the g-forces might be at the boundary of a black hole's event horizon? I got a formula to calculate the event horizon radius but not the the gravitational forces. Equivalence to Earth G's would be nice or in m/s2 = meter per second squared!(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Is it also true that if I accelerate a craft to that equivalent g-force, will it produce an artificial event horizon? I'm familiar with that theory, but I've lost track if it's ever tested already.

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# What's the G-forces in a black hole event horizon?

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