A team of scientists has a new hunch on where to look to finally find dark matter, the mysterious invisible stuff that appears to make up most of the matter in the universe.
They suspect that it could be taking the form of endoparasitic black holes, according to research shared in the preprint server ArXiv last week, that formed inside of neutron stars and are feasting on them from within. The hypothesis hasn’t yet been confirmed, but if it holds up to scrutiny it could help scientists finally understand what dark matter is and where it came from.
— Read on wordpress.futurism.com/black-holes-devour-stars-inside
In a landmark series of calculations, physicists have proved that black holes can shed information — an apparent violation of Einstein’s theory of relativity.
— Read on www.quantamagazine.org/the-black-hole-information-paradox-comes-to-an-end-20201029/