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The answer to your question is simple. It is not the Photon or Light that is being effected but rather the SPACE/TIME that is being changed which directs Light into the Black Hole.
This is not a proper analogy but it will have to suffice. If I am riding a Bike and I am on a Flat Road with no hills...I must petal to place myself in Motion. If I am on a Bike at the top of a Hill...I will roll down the Hill.
Sort of the same thing is happening to Light as it travels into a Black Hole. The Light in absence of a Gravity Well will travel at 186,300 Miles Per Second in a straight line. If the Light encounters a Gravity Wells Effect...it must travel along the Curvature of Space/Time that the Gravity Well creates.
Originally posted by FreedomCommander
reply to post by Peter Brake
A photon is a compression of Ethers, smaller than that of a electron which is smaller than a proton. So it comes in various sizes.
How small? Well, if it's smaller than that of a hard electron but larger than that of a ultra hard electron, then I would say in a fundamental way, the size of 1 photon is about 1 X 10^-25 Meters.
So for you to have 1 meter of photons it would be an approximate of 1 yotta units. This is a total guess, nothing to base it off of other than what I have learned about ethers.edit on 5-11-2012 by FreedomCommander because: (no reason given)
If we filled a box 1 metre wide and long with entangled photons, we have 1 to the power of 50 photons. Choosing three photons from these as coordinates for a three dimensional space (and a realise that time could also be used)