The scientists figured they could get around the all-roads-lead-to-spaghetti problem by adding wormholes, and published their results in the journal Classical and Quantum Gravity. Rather than a single point at the middle, they used some wild-and-crazy math to put a spherical surface there instead. The more electric charge it has, the bigger it could be, says math, and this wormhole doesn't require any exotic physics concepts that don't exist yet (which other wormhole theories do require). This implies that the geodesics don't stop in the middle of the black hole, but tunnel through a tinier-than-an-atom sized portal to someplace else, where they straighten themselves out. Our poor spaghetti travelers then turn back into rigatoni noodles, I guess, but are definitely still dead.