If an event happens 1million light years away, say a meteor collides with a planet, and there are aliens there to record and send a video to their home planet(which is 10LYs behind us) and we eventually will pick up their signal. Has the event actually happened here on Earth?
Or can an event only be said to have happened when information about that event CAN reach us?
If light and hence information can't get out from within a black hole, does that information actually inside?
My suggestion is that there is no "inside" of a black hole, and that all information is stored at the even horizon, like, to us, the writing of shakespeare on the skin of a balloon. And in reality, inside the BH is non-space, a big spherical(approx) ball of non space, but in reality, non cheese hole, in an edam cheesy universe, where the event horizon IS like, to us the edge of the Universe.
Perhaps, to something falling into a BH, say a Rubik cube. That Rubik cube is an information system, from the pattern of colours on its face, to the molecules that make it up.
So when the Rubik cube falls into a BH, that information system enters the surface information system of the event horizon, and in someways perhaps carries on existing, well the information anyway.
So the Event Horizon as information system, beyond which there is nothing, just non-space?
would space-time have the same shape if all the mass were stored at the event horizon?
Would this account for BHs having angular momentum?