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A proposed mathematical proof that outlines the way information behaves in coded messages may have implications for black holes. The proof suggests that the radiation spit out by black holes may retain information on the dark behemoths.

The research focuses on encoding communications in quantum mechanical systems. But it also connects to a long-standing question for physicists: What happens to all the stuff that falls into a black hole, and is it possible to retrieve any information about the black hole?

A group of researchers from Switzerland and Canada, led by Frédéric Dupuis, showed that it's possible to encode large messages with relatively small quantum encryption keys, which are keys made up of subatomic particles or photons. But the result implies something else: If someone could pull out information that is encrypted quantum mechanically in a message between two parties, the same feat should work in nature. [Wacky Physics: The Coolest Quantum Particles Explained]

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