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Weegy: 1. You'd get stretched out as you fell in because the gravity of a black hole is so intense that if you fell in feet first, your feet would experience a greater pull than your head. But no, you don't come out in another universe. [ A black hole isn't an actual hole in space; it doesn't go anywhere. It's just a really dense dead star. 2. You'd get squished when you finally reached the surface (if you ever did) and become part of the probably-degenerate matter that makes up the black hole. No, you don't get pushed out the sides in any form. Once you fall in, you're in there for good. Sometimes you see hot gas and light streaming away from a black hole, but only because it never got close enough to fall in.
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Physics is the natural science that involves the study of matter and its motion through space and time, along with related concepts such as energy and force.
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