1/30/2014

Black holes have been on scientists' minds since the 18th century, but little is settled, and physicist Stephen Hawking recently reopened the debate. This article details the history and ongoing nature of the scientific disputes. "The one thing that can basically be guaranteed at this point is that physicists will eventually find some other mind-bending property of black holes that seems to contradict everything we thought before," writes Adam Mann.

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