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July 29, 2014
Mysterious black holes may be exploding into 'white holes'
Moscow (Voice of Russia) Jul 29, 2014
A new scientific theory suggests that when black holes reach the end of their lifespan, they explode into "white holes" and release all of their matter into space. If true, the theory could help put to rest the debate over whether or not black holes actually destroy the matter they end up devouring. As noted by Albert Einstein's theory of relativity, when a dying star ends up collapsing under its own weight, at some point the collapse becomes irreversible, resulting in a black hole that consumes l ... read more

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Supermassive black hole blows molecular gas out of galaxy
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