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Hawking: Black hole theory is my ‘biggest blunder’

Kramer Phillips | @KramerPhillips| January 27, 2014

Hawking: Black hole theory is my ‘biggest blunder’

Hawking explains how black holes are different than his initial discovery.

University of Cambridge professor Stephen Hawking is clarifying his stance on black holes and the role played by them in the universe.

In a paper published earlier this week, the Cambridge professor gained worldwide attention by announcing a new theory that black holes may operate more like grey holes, and that event horizons may not necessary destroy all forms of matter.

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