The particle that enters the horizon will probably meet another particle already in there and those 2 will annihilate, so that we still have the energy balance of the universe maintained.
would the virtual particle meet an actual particle
and that is why they annihilate each other?
2 particles just appear. ( virtual particles )
1 of them goes inside the event horizon.
it is destroyed.
and 1 virtual particle remains outside of the event horizon.
how does that maintain an energy balance?
you now have an extra virtual particle in the universe.
and you have caused the annihilation of a actual particle
in the universe.
the universe would be becoming virtual.
But, do we consider the particle that remains outside the horizon a new particle, or is it a reincarnation of the one that was annihilated inside the horizon?
how about virtual reincarnation?
because unless the virtual particle somehow becomes a
physical particle it would still be a virtual particle.
but can a virtual particle become a actual particle and if so
how does it know when and why to convert itself into reality?
Im going to propose a new theory for this certainty.The distance theory of virtual particles from event horizons.
when space manifest a pair of virtual particles , the
particles are only allowed to manifest near a event
horizon when the distance from the event horizon
satisfies this theories accompanying math , because
this theory dictates to nature and natural physical
occurrences what nature can and cannot accomplish on
its own with or without permission from science.
and heres the math to compliment the theory.
where tdfaehwsiatmapovpattlopdpsiwbtt: the distance from
an event horizon where space is allowed to manifest a pair
of virtual particles according to the laws of particle distance physics set in writing by this theory.
roteh : radius of the event horizon
tidbtpotpop : the initial distance between the particles
of the pair of particles
tdfaehwsiatmapovpattlopdpsiwbtt = 1/(roteh^4 - roteh^4)-tidbtpotpop^2
this should clear up any problems with space manifestation of
particles too close to an event horizon thereby maintaining
the energy balance in the universe.
simply because space cannot spawn a pair too close because
of the way the math is designed.
this theory has never been proven to be wrong , and never can be.