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After a week of intense debate, Stephen Hawking and his colleagues are still puzzled by black holes

After a week of intense debate, Stephen Hawking and his colleagues are still puzzled by black holes
Hawking with Nobel laureate Gerard t'Hooft in Stockholm. (KTH)

Do black holes pose a big problem for the basic laws of our universe? That was the topic up for debate all week in Stockholm, where some of the first people to work on black hole theory did their best to come to some new solutions to a question they posed decades ago.


They were focusing on something called the information paradox. Based on the incredible density of black holes, physicists believe the bodies must swallow anything that comes too close to them -- including the stars that they're initially formed from. But based on the work of Stephen Hawking, they also believe that black holes give off so-called "Hawking Radiation" and degrade over time, slowly disappearing.

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The paradox is this: If a black hole swallows up all the things that make a star a star, and then the black hole disappears, does the information about that star disappear too? Information isn't supposed to disappear, and (according to some researchers, Hawking included) such a phenomenon could turn the basic laws of our universe upside-down.

On Saturday, the gathered researchers summarized their conclusions -- or lack thereof.

"It's been quite an exhausting week," University of Arizona physicist Paul Davies told the gathered crowd of students and media.

Davies went through a series of complex theories that had been debated over the week, painting a picture of a field that has a lot more thinking to do before it reaches consensus. But the hope is that this week's discussions will provide new tools for the next generation of physicists.

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My theory is that black holes do not disappear completely. After they have reached an internal balance or equilibrium from their implosion, and they can't suck any more because of their incredible density, they continue to sit within the fabric of the ether. The information remains inside the black hole, and both the hole and the information remain in space time itself, like tiny raspberry seeds in a jar of jelly. The jelly holds the information and doesn't lose any information that was collected by black hole. By +Cindy Groulx 


3 comentarios:

  1. A very interesting subject, if physicists are puzzled, I imagine !! I'm just an amateur astronomer simple, I have no choice but to accept the theories that physicists come before the black hole phenomenon. My opinion is that matter can not disappear in the universe, which contains the black hole is expelled continuously as radiation into space, possibly become dust and gas that we see in many pictures, material future stars. When a black hole disappears is porqeu ejected matter as more radiation than they can swallow. An issue that can philosophize much cindy, thanks for sharing !!

    Un tema muy interesante, si los físicos están desconcertados, imagínate yo!! que sólo soy un simple aficionado a la astronomía, no me queda más que aceptar las teorías que los físicos presenten ante el fenómeno agujero negro. Mi opinión es que la materia no puede desaparecer en el universo, lo que contenga el agujero negro es expulsado contínuamente en forma de radiación hacia el espacio, lo que posiblemente se convierta en polvo y gas que vemos en numerosas imágenes, material de futuras estrellas. Cuando un agujero negro desaparece es porqeu expulsa más materia en forma de radiación de la que puede tragar. Un tema del que se puede filosofar mucho cindy, gracias por compartir!!

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  2. Jejeje ni soy querido amigo, pero no hay nada que nos impida la formación de nuestras propias teorías, a continuación, esperar y ver. He experimentado algunas sorpresas que hacen eso. Gracias de nuevo querido amigo JUan. {:o)

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  3. Muy buena entra gracias por compartir un tema muy interesante saludos cordiales

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