Recent scientific developments from none other than Stephen Hawking have emerged that disproves previous information in regard to black holes. Hawking’s conclusion was documented in his recent statement, “Considering there is no such as a event horizon, then there is no such thing as a black whole.” Sources for this breaking development concerning general relativity and quantum cosmology come from Stephen Hawking’s own personal papers stored at the Cornell University Library. These papers were titled Information Preservation and Weather Forecasting for Black Holes. This paper questions the theory known as the black-hole paradox.
Stephen Hawking’s latest claims that apparently disproves the theory of black holes with a improvised theory speculating that event horizons are nothing more than apparent horizons, and according to Hawking, it is these apparent horizons that briefly capture energy prior to releasing it. On a rudimentary level, this means that all preconceived notions of how destructive black holes are is actually false information. Now, while this information appears as recent news, Hawking has been striving to disprove this theory since 2004.
Even though the source of this theory is Stephen Hawking, the theory in question still has received a lot of skepticism from physicists, as it is contradictory to the firmly excepted general theory of evolution by Einstein that states that the laws of physics are identical everywhere in the universe. According to Einstein, even horizons are apparently, “a pretty unremarkable place.” If Hawking’s theory proves to be true, then this part at least would remain correct as they wouldn’t exist.
It was in a recent full-length article featured in the magazine Nature that the physicist elaborated on apparent horizons, and his theory regarding black holes. In the article Hawking stated,”In classic theory, there is no escaping a black hole. However, quantum theory allows information and energy to escape a black hole.” In addition, Hawking further elaborated on the the black hole matter, or at this point grey matter, with his statement, ” Therefore, likened to the weather forecasting here on earth, data will be lost in an effective manner, however, there will be no loss of unitarity.” It is this statement made my Hawking that completely debunks the firewall paradox.
In summary, Hawking’s paper Information Preservation and Weather Forecasting for Black Holes essentially states, “I’ve reached a different resolution of a previously suggested paradox, in which the gravitational collapse creates an apparent horizons rather than an event horizon behind it in which information is lost.”
Stephen Hawking’s portrayed his theory with the example of light rays, saying that the lights rays trying to escape the core of the black hole would be stuck in place as someone on a treadmill would, and it is here that they would slowly begin to shrink as they release radiation.
If what Stephen Hawking suggests in regarding to disproving our perception of black holes, then this might just greatly alter the way in which we view the universe. Although Hawking is correct in pointing out that the previous theory is false due to fact that the theory conflicts with the established elements of general relativity and quantum dynamics, he has yet to prove it with calculations.