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Lab-grown black hole behaves just like Stephen Hawking said it would – Livescience.com

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In 1974, Stephen Hawking theorized that the universe’s darkest gravitational behemoths, black holes, were not the pitch-black star swallowers astronomers imagined, but they spontaneously emitted light a phenomenon now dubbed Hawking radiation. 
The problem is, no astronomer has ever observed Hawking’s mysterious radiation, and because it is predicted to be very dim, they may never will. Which is why scientists today are creating their own black holes
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Researchers at the Technion-Israel Institute…

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