Black Hole

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Black holes are so powerful wells of gravity that absolutely nothing, including light, can escape their pull.
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We still don’t know what happens to an object once it is pulled into a black hole.
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Perhaps a black hole’s intense gravity crushes a falling object into nothingness.
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Perhaps a black hole spits a falling object out in some remote part of the universe. Such black holes might act like wormholes between two points in time and space making ‘intergalactic space-travel’ or ‘time-travel’ possible.
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Juan Maldacena, Alexey Milekhin and Fedor Popov have constructed a traversable wormhole solution in four dimensions where a theoretical magnetic charge keep two rotating black holes apart until the electromagnetic radiation causes them to lose energy to merge with each other.Such a wormhole with no exotic matter equates to two quantum-entangled black holes.
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Maldacena’s wormhole balances classical and quantum effects.
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Maldacena’s wormhole has a non-trivial spacetime topology forbidden in the classical theory.

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Our universe is full of so many secrets that we might never think and imagine it completely.

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About 7.5 million black holes are travelling at about 70 kilometers per second after being born, ejected and kicked by  supernova explosions in our Milky Way  galaxy.

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A blackhole’s velocity tells us if it was  born with a supernova explosion, or with a burnt out collapsed star.

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When a massive star collapses upon itself to explode into a supernova, a black hole might be formed.

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