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A recent study suggests that each black hole contains another entire universe! According to the new equations, the matter black holes absorb and seemingly destroy is actually expelled and becomes the building blocks for galaxies, stars, and planets in another reality. Essentially, every black hole contains a smaller alternate universe. And our universe might just exist inside a black hole of a galaxy in a much larger universe.

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Astronomers reveal supermassive black hole's intense magnetic field Astronomers from Chalmers University of Technology have used the giant telescop… | Pinteres…

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Physics is the best kind of science because you don't have to grow up and stop being enthralled by all the cool stuff out there. Child-like wonder is the best tool in the scientist's arsenal.

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[The black hole] teaches us that space can be crumpled like a piece of paper into an infinitesimal dot, that time can be extinguished like a blown-out flame, and that the laws of physics that we regard as 'sacred,' as immutable, are anything but. ~~~ John Wheeler

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What Neil deGrasse Tyson said on the Joe Rogan Experience that Joe said, "Broke the Internet." To watch the whole show, click the image.

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From Wikiwand: Simulation of gravitational lensing by a black hole, which distorts the image of a galaxy in the background

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from HowStuffWorks

How the Big Crunch Theory Works

16. A Singularidade Tecnológica ainda é tema de muitas teorias, e a ficção científica é um dos ambientes com maior liberdade criativa para se especular sobre o futuro. Mas essa teoria também é um bom exemplo para o nosso presente. A convergência de conhecimento de diferentes áreas também pode criar “explosões criativas” muito interessantes. É o que ouvimos na introdução ao curso e é o que vamos ver também na fala dos próximos palestrantes. //HowStuffWorks "Death and Rebirth"

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from Slate Magazine

Supermassive Black Hole Found Spinning Nearly at the Speed of Light

The supermassive black hole in spiral galaxy NGC 1365 spins at nearly the speed of light, according to observations made using the NuSTAR and XMM-Newton observatories.

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