Wait, so my life may not have disappeared down a black hole after all?
There is a chance for it to emerge and bloom like the career of David Hasselhoff?
It's charming when a phrase enters the language and we think we all know what it means. In the case of "black hole," we think of an infinity of black nothingness that swallows everything that slips into it.
But now, in a new paper called "Information Preservation and Weather Forecasting for Black Holes," Stephen Hawking has cast the cat among the black, holey pigeons and caused a scattering of incomprehension.… Read more