Event Horizon & BlackHoles
Astronomers May Have Solved Information Loss Paradox To Find Black Holes Do Not Form
"Nothing there," is what Case Western Reserve University physicists concluded about black holes after spending a year working on complex formulas to calculate the formation of new black holes.
The question that the physicists set out to solve is: what happens once something collapses into a black hole. If all information about the collapsing matter is lost, it defies the laws of quantum physics. Yet, in current thinking, once the matter goes over the event horizon and forms a black hole, all information about it is lost.
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If black holes exist in the universe, the astrophysicists speculate they were formed only at the beginning of time.