Black holes Could be a Portal to A New Universe and Are Not An 'eternal prison' Says Stephen Hawking - Physics-Astronomy.org

Black holes Could be a Portal to A New Universe and Are Not An 'eternal prison' Says Stephen Hawking

For a long time, researcher have view black holes as ‘eternal prisons’ for every one that is drawn into their endless depths. But from history whole year Stephen Hawking has been saying that there may be a way out. The famous theoretical physicist clarified these notions at the investiture of Harvard’s Black Hole Initiative on Monday, initiating the program that will primarily concentrate on black hole study. The lecture was held at Harvard’s Sanders Theatre, where Stephen Hawking spoke for an audience of over 1,000 citizens.
 Hawking is at present the director of research at the Centre for Theoretical Cosmology at the University of Cambridge in UK, and from the history few years hawking has made some development on his theories on the ‘lost’ information that gets drawn into black holes. He proposes that this information may be kept in a different universe, and may not be vanished forever as is typically believed.
With the help of Black Hole Initiative, Harvard scientists will join forces to ‘grow a sort of culture of people enthralled by black holes,’ said Chair of the Harvard Department of Astronomy Avi Loeb, The Harvard Crimson information.
Black holes Could be a Portal to A New Universe and Are Not An 'eternal prison' Says Stephen Hawking

This will allow professors along with undergraduate and graduate students to contribute in research and latest study on black holes.
Publicized in February, the theoretical cosmologist says the breakthrough delivered some of the first solid indication of the presence of black holes, according to The Boston Globe. Throughout the lecture hawking said:
lack holes aren’t the everlasting prisons they were once thought. Things can get out of a black hole, together from the outside and likely through another universe. So if you feel you’re in a black hole, don’t give up. There’s a way out”
In his lecture, Hawking also talked concerning the recent discovery of gravitational waves. The theoretical physicist related the return of information to a burned encyclopedia, where in order wouldn’t theoretically be lost, but would be extremely tough to decode.
Black holes could be gigantic objects – as massive as the distance from the sun to Jupiter – Hawking explained, but that too leaves the possibility of black holes being as little as a mountain.
This lecture tracks the present launch of Hawking’s $100m project, an alliance with Russian billionaire Yuri Milner and Facebook founder: Mark Zuckerberg, called Breakthrough Starshot.
They have planned a plan that on small so-called 'nanocraft' flying on sails propelled by beams of light from side to side the space.
This 'nanocraft' will total its journey to the Alpha Centauri star system 25 trillion miles (4.37 light years) in twenty year to look for alien-life.

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