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If gravity is so strong at event horizon as we assume, and thus time dilation makes time infinitely slow for us, the distant observers, how could we ever observe any events ocurring over time? Wouldn't we always see black holes as infinitely static? But then again, should a black hole evaporate, at which point would we observe any change as a result of this process?

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