Finally, Some Details On Stephen Hawking’s Solution To Black Hole Problem
Finally, Stephen Hawkin has shared more information about how black holes might preserve information after sucking it in. Following up on an intriguing talk he gave back in August 2015, the 74-year-old physicist coauthored a paper posted January 5 to arXiv.org unfolding how someone outside a black hole might be able to study what’s inside. A difficulty in determining a black hole’s insides is that black holes are believed to be nondescript, distinguishable by only these three features: mass, spin and electric charge. Hawking, with Andrew Strominger from Harvard and Malcolm Perry from Cambridge, now postulates that a hologram made of light offers a black hole its uniqueness.
Finally, Some Details On Stephen Hawking’s Solution To Black Hole Problem Reviewed by Umer Abrar on 1/09/2016 Rating: