Black holes, wormholes, entanglement, Einstein, mysterious islands and new science that sees how the inside of a black hole is secretly on the outside.
Black holes have been a big problem in physics. For decades, scientists have been mystified about what happens to stuff that falls into a black hole.
The quandary is called the black hole information paradox, and it has stopped physics in its tracks.
But in recent years, scientists have made a breakthrough that may finally solve the puzzle and begin to show how black holes really work.
To understand the paradox, we have to go back to Stephen Hawking’s big idea—all the way back to 1974.
Hawking realized that black holes evaporate.
Just like a puddle of water out in the sun, a black hole will slowly shrink, particle by particle, until nothing is left at all.
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