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How to steal from a black hole

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The name “black hole” is really a misnomer. If you do a quick Google search, you’ll find out that black holes aren’t black, but invisible.

The attribution of black, dark, and shadowy characteristics to the black hole is quite unfounded. In reality, black holes are super bright, surging with enormous energy.




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