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April 04, 2005

Do black holes really exist?

Ars Technica: “Black holes. Superdense collapsed stars that helped make Steven Hawking famous, and introduced a legion of little kids to Maximillian Schell… Now, scientists at Lawrence Livermore are challenging accepted beliefs, claiming that there’s no such thing as a black hole. According to [them], black holes are actually stars made out of dark energy formed by the collapse of massive stars.”

Posted by Oleg Ivrii at April 4, 2005 04:33 PM


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