English cosmologist Stephen Hawking has made a major discovery, explaining that the objects carried by a black hole could regenerate into a fascinating parallel universe.

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The English physicist Stephen Hawking, xas a cosmologist and professor at the University of Cambridge from 1980 to 2009 and studied black holes. In astrophysics, a black hole is a dense celestial object that prevents any form of matter or radiation to escape. During a lecture at Stockholm University this Monday, August 24, the researcher explained that it was possible for objects to pass through a black hole and access parallel universes: “If you fall into one black hole, do not give up. There is an exit “.

The scientific community is unanimous in recognizing the existence of black holes but divided on the fate of sunken objects in them.The researchers considered so far that objects swept into a black hole were permanently lost.Hawking, he  says, “but do not expect to see again something relevant since information particles, which came spring in a chaotic and wasteful form.This solves the black hole information paradox, but for practical applications, information is lost. ” 

By studying the information not stored inside the black hole, but within its borders a form of matter can be retained. Scientific, popular science amateur, just hope everyone realizes that an object can out of a black hole. As such, the famous formula of the chemist Lavoisier in the eighteenth century is enlightening: “Nothing is lost, nothing is created, everything is transformed”.

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One Response to “English cosmologist Stephen Hawking has made a major discovery, explaining that the objects carried by a black hole could regenerate into a fascinating parallel universe.”

  1. I seem to recall reading about a lecture Hawking gave in 1979 in which he argued that event horizons didn’t exist and stuff might happen around a ‘naked singularity’ that we perceive as magical, purely because the laws of physics – including causality – have broken down there. I’ve always found his stuff inspiring because of the way he’s found so much to explore in that gap between Einstein and the Copenhagen interpretation of the quantum world.

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