If the black hole is large enough and completely isolated, a person could theoretically fall safely into the black hole.
A new report from The Conversation analyzes how it is possible, and if the center of a black hole is far enough from the event horizon, it is possible to see the event horizon without an incredible gravitational pull. This is summarized in the idea that it can pass. If not, kill them. This means that someone can technically survive in a black hole under the right conditions, but unfortunately, they can neither return nor report their discoveries.
Physicists Leorodriguez and Shanshan Rodriguez are both associate professors of physics at Grinnell College and talk reports on how this successful journey through the black hole went safely. In their opinion, there are two main types of black holes in the universe. One is supermassive and the other is not. Due to its huge size, a supermassive black hole has about 4 million times the mass of our Sun, resulting in an event horizon with a radius of 7.3 million miles.
“Therefore, a person who falls into a stellar-sized (non-supermassive) black hole is much closer to the center of the black hole before crossing the event horizon, as opposed to falling into a supermassive black hole. It will be, “writes two physicists.
A person who falls into a stellar-sized black hole can die as soon as it is stretched, as it is much closer to the center of the black hole as it crosses the event horizon, creating a very strong gravitational force. “Long”, thin shape like noodles. “But a person who falls into a supermassive black hole can safely pass through without stretching like noodles because the event horizon is far from the center of the black hole, causing gravity. Not only must be supermassive, but must be completely isolated from surrounding cosmic material, gases, and stars.
As a result, they are theoretically safe to cross the event horizon. What happens after that remains a mystery to the person, because there is no way to convey knowledge of what he sees or feels, and they end up close enough to the center of the black hole. The end will meet them.
Sounds like a sadder ending than the interstellar Christopher Nolan. If you haven’t watched the movie yet, you can read IGN’s thoughts on Interstellar Review.