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Did you never imagine what will happen to an object if it gets sucked into a black hole? And if we believe in the current theories it says that if you drop an object of iron into a black hole then there would be no way to regain any part of it again.
A black hole has so strong and much gravity that its escape velocity is faster than light and it being said that the light is the fastest thing there is.
There is a bit difference between the Quantum information and the information of 1s and 0s, we store on a computer or the stuff we keep in our brains. The quantum theories don’t provide exact information about. For example, where an object will be, like calculating the trajectory of a ball in mechanics. In place of it, theories like that indicate most likely the location or result of some action. And as a sequel, all of the probabilities of several events should add up to 1, or 100 percent,
for example – when you roll a six-sided die, the probabilities of coming up a given face is 1/6, so the chances of all the faces add up to 1, and the situation isn’t going to come where you can be more than 100 percent certain about something will happen, according to Quantum theory is, that’s why it called unitary. If you find out how a system ends, you can figure out how it began.
There nothing that comes out from the black hole, except a slow trickle of thermal radiation known as Hawking radiation. The information about the black hole is destroyed from the start. But according to the quantum theory, the information isn’t completely out of reach, we can get it somehow.
Well… we can describe this subject as a Pandora box and imagine that there a word black hole anal on the top of the box.
A Black hole is a subject of discovery since the centuries and it still remains question even until no …