February 1, 2007
|Conditions near a black hole's event horizon depend on the black hole's mass. A person approaching a black hole would experience tidal forces effects that arise due to objects not experiencing the gravitational force uniformly. Because gravity attracts parts closer to the hole more strongly, a traveler's head would feel a different pull than his feet.|
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