The "no hair" theorem states that black holes only have three defining properties: mass, angular momentum, and electrical charge — the "hair" is a metaphor that relates to any other properties aside from these three.

A new study from researchers from Theiss Research, the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, and the University of Rhode Island shows that one special type of black hole does, in fact, violate the principles of the "no hair" theorem.

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