How many secrets have not yet been revealeduniverse? A great many, especially if you look at what black holes have always “hidden”. It is precisely these celestial bodies with such intense gravitational fields that were drawn up by a physicist at New York University Abu Dhabi, according to whom the latest observations have revealed something crazy.
In practice, this scientist deepened the analysis of some radiation that escaped from a black hole. In order to manipulate and “tickle” the radiation we’re talking about, he theories, it might now be possible to send nothing less than a message in the black hole same. What the physicist, like Ahmed Almheiri, has done is something very special.
As described by the experts, it would have been possible to send no less than a range of information into black holes. According to Almheri, it seems possible to manipulate the particles emanating from the deeper space thanks to the so-called wormholes, that is, the “space-time tunnels” (which are essentially still mysterious objects, but could help in that sense). The experiment caused a certain metaphysical turmoil, so much so that two teams of theorists decided to verify everything with ad hoc models. The results were truly unique.
Black holes and new information appeared
The first research team to study black holes was that of the College of California at Berkeley, while the second is in the same US state but based in Santa Barbara. In the first case, it was assumed that if you want to explain gravitation through black holes, any information can literally “jump out” from the celestial bodies themselves. Conversely, as adopted by second college, with an idea of gravity pushing aside black holes, this fact-finding tour is not possible.
The ensuing debate – starting from two completely opposite points of view – was quite heated, also because carrying out tests to prove the two hypotheses is no small problem. Specifically, the particle accelerators used for these tests are not effective enough to explain one or the other theory.
Black holes: simulation with quantum computers
In practice, the accelerators that we have today are not capable of reproducing black holes in research laboratories, although other scholars are willing to use an alternative that seems very valid, namely: the simulation of a black hole in quantum computer systems.
Even Albert Einstein, who often imagined how black holes were formed, was addressed several times. Because: On the one hand, he is regarded as the founder of the theory of relativity (he himself described gravity as a deformation of space-time by matter and developed this concept as early as 1915); on the other hand, it’s still the same physicist who inspired her 10 years ago quantum mechanics. Like black holes, they are two theories thought to be opposites but formulated by the same person within a few years.
In 2012, a truce between the two “Einsteins at War” was proposed. The two thoughts are to be regarded as two faces of the same phenomenon. Contrary to Juan Martín Maldacena’s mathematical models, our universe would have no borders and no external borders. For physicists, however, this same universe has grown to the point where it has become concrete evidence that gravity and quantum mechanics are equally capable of explaining phenomena and have provided valuable clues as to how all of space works.
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