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Why the Death of Black Holes Is Such a Problem for Physicists

Of all the strange, massive, and mysterious things out there in the cosmos, there's arguably none as confusing as the black hole - those bottomless and deep, dark regions of massive mass and gravity that are distributed all over the Universe. While some have assumed that 'death by black hole' would involve a hurting andpainful roasting, normally, physicists and scientists agree that if you get too close to the black hole, to the event horizon, your body would be 'spagettified' as the gravitational tidal forces will press you apart. But what about the black hole - how does it die??? And where do all those imaginary spagettified human leftovers go then?





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