Can electromagnetic radiation escape from the event horizon of a Black Hole if the wavelength is long enough?
What if a Black Hole contains electric charge, hypothetically supposing we dumped a large number of protons into it? Electric charge is mediated by the electromagnetic force. So the outside would not be able to feel any electric charge unless photons were able to permeate the boundary. (and we can say that the photons mediating static charges have extremely long wavelengths)
How can a photon with a wavelength longer than the diameter of the event horizon fit inside it?