Stephen Hawking says ‘there’s a way out’ of black hole

Physicist Stephen Hawking suggests he may be able to find solution to one of biggest problems theoretical physicists face

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Renowned physicist Stephen Hawking attends a press conference

Stephen Hawking elaborated to explore the idea of “Hawking radiation” — essentially, radiation that is emitted by a black hole, on Tuesday during a six-day conference at the KTH Royal Institute of Technology.   

Black holes are formed when stars die and collapsed into themselves and then they generate a gravitational force so strong that overwhelm all other forces including light.

Hawking doubted the Albert Eistern’s theory claiming the black hole swallows and destroy things.  

He suggested that “There’s a way out.” 

"If you feel you are in a black hole, don’t give up,” he said in a lecture on Monday night in Stockholm, Sweden.

“I propose that the information is stored not in the interior of the black hole as one might expect, but in its boundary, the event horizon.”


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