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  1. Since black holes are just a theory created by a mathematical miscalculation of ” what if..”, violating the laws of physics, then it is not worth seriously calculating anything. And logically, once on the other side of the event horizon, the intended observer will see the surface of the black hole (planet / neutron star?) And absolutely nothing on the other side.

  2. Theoretically, a person should see the universe accelerating its life. I.e., time in the direction of observation will accelerate. And, presumably, at the moment of touching the event horizon, a person should simultaneously see the entire life of the Universe up to the moment of its death.

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