What Hawking meant when he said ‘there are no black holes’ | PBS NewsHour

Last week, Stephen Hawking declared “there are no black holes.” What exactly that means has physicists scratching their heads. The problem is 40 years of paradoxes as scientists try to understand how black holes seem to break two rules of physics.

Source: What Hawking meant when he said ‘there are no black holes’ | PBS NewsHour

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