Rethinking Black Holes
Here's a solution to the "Black Hole Information Paradox" that nobody seems to have considered..
Hawking Radiation does not exist.
Reason: Current theories assume the continuum, meaning the position of the event horizon can be specified with infinite accuracy. Suppose this was not the case. Suppose the event horizon was fuzzy. Simply not enough resolution to separate a virtual pair of particles. Then there would be no Hawking radiation.
And let's not forget, Hawking Radiation has never been experimentally verified.
Content written and posted by Ken Abbott firstname.lastname@example.org