At a recent Hawking Radiation Conference, Stephen Hawking argued that black holes aren’t inescapable, as previously thought.
Stephen Hawking may have come up with an answer to a long-running debate among scientists--the fate of information that enters a black hole.
The challenge has been to reconcile the paradox presented by quantum mechanics which says the information is indestructible and general relativity which argues the opposite.
Hawking contends that it’s possible for things to survive the black hole because they remain on the periphery.
He was quoted at the recent Hawking Radiation Conference as saying, “I propose that the information