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The Black Hole Paradox

And why yes, our universe might be a hologram.

Depiction of a rotating black hole from the movie Interstellar, dir. Christopher Nolan.

Black holes are the great consumers of the universe. They destroy everything, letting nothing escape once it has crossed the hole’s event horizon. They get their enormous center of gravity from the fact that they’re collapsed stars — concentrations of a huge amount of matter in a very small space. This pull they exhibit rips anything passing too…




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Ella Alderson

Ella Alderson

Astrophysics student, writer for over a decade. A passion for language and the unexplored universe. I aim to marry poetry and science.

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