RE: Super Cool Science S#!t #24 - The Destroyer of Worlds
If the negatively charged antiparticle is the one pulled in, the black hole's total energy will decrease, and in turn, so too will the total mass of the black hole, because Einstein said so... (E=MC2)
I don't get this part. To me, it would seem that it doesn't matter which particle is sucked in, since both the particle and the anti-particle have a certain amount of mass. The difference in charge shouldn't change the amount of energy, according to my understanding about this.
It's very well possible that I misunderstood things, but I simply don't get this part :P