Hawking Evaporation

When a black hole dies, what happens to all of the information that it devoured?

While it may seem logical that the information pulled into a black hole would disappear as a result, this would violate the laws of physics, causing many to wonder if an unknown conservation mechanism could be at play.

In the 1970s, Stephen Hawking proposed a possible solution to the paradox – but, it’s so far been nearly impossible to test.

Now, researchers have developed a way to investigate the phenomenon by firing laser pulses through a plasma target to generate an ‘accelerating plasma mirror.’

In the study, published to Physical Review Letters, researchers from National Taiwan University and École Polytechnique in France explain the method that could soon put the paradox to rest.

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