|MadSci Network: Physics|
When the quantum foam generates a particle-antiparticle pair and one of them falls in the black hole, the momentum of the falling particle is combined with the momentum of the black hole itself, right? And no particle can move faster than light, so on the side of the black hole that is facing the direction it is moving, it will absorb more particles and antiparticles than on the opposite side, gradually reducing the momentum of the black hole, no?
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