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Earthicle Flatness

« on: March 28, 2007, 06:12:29 PM »
After meditating on my velvety throne of awesomeness(LULZ) and peering into my refridgerator of d00m(LALZ), I have acquired a textbook worth of knowledge on black holes.  This was NOT copy and pasted out of a black hole theory forum, this indeed did come to me by meditating.  Also, I have come to the conclusion that there is a 2 centimeter hole in the ice wall that is able to be picked at by tooth picks.  Getting out of this ice wall could surely lead to uncany discoveries!  Along with my friends Mr. Claxton and Flat Earth Dued, I journied to the icewall and started picking at the wall.  We came to an astonishing conclusion that says the ice wall is indeed made out of DIRT.  On the way back home to continue our research, we met up with robot rapist Gorge Boosh.  Gorge accompanied us on an expedition back to the Ice AND/OR dirt wall.  We climbed atop and noticed that from the top, you can peer out and notice the planet Youpilikzimimdpldafom rotating at a 3000 degree angle.  We've come to the devestating conclusion that in 10,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 approximately, the planet Youpilikzimimdpldafom will have a collision with the planet earth.  This will cause the ice wall to be broken and cause every water source on the planet to carry the center of earth's greatness, cities and all, off the side of the planet onto the planet Youpilikzimimdpldafom.  From there, who knows.  Below is a bit of what came to me during meditating.

After nearly 30 years of arguing that a black hole destroys everything that falls into it, Stephen Hawking is saying he was wrong. It seems that black holes may after all allow information within them to escape. Hawking will present his latest finding at a conference in Ireland next week.

The about-turn might cost Hawking, a physicist at the University of Cambridge, an encyclopaedia because of a bet he made in 1997. More importantly, it might solve one of the long-standing puzzles in modern physics, known as the black hole information paradox.

It was Hawking's own work that created the paradox. In 1976, he calculated that once a black hole forms, it starts losing mass by radiating energy. This "Hawking radiation" contains no information about the matter inside the black hole and once the black hole evaporates, all information is lost.

But this conflicts with the laws of quantum physics, which say that such information can never be completely wiped out. Hawking's argument was that the intense gravitational fields of black holes somehow unravel the laws of quantum physics.

Other physicists have tried to chip away at this paradox. Earlier in 2004, Samir Mathur of Ohio State University in Columbus and his colleagues showed that if a black hole is modelled according to string theory - in which the universe is made of tiny, vibrating strings rather than point-like particles - then the black hole becomes a giant tangle of strings. And the Hawking radiation emitted by this "fuzzball" does contain information about the insides of a black hole (New Scientist print edition, 13 March).