Gravity / Quantum Physics / Quantum Physics

24
Jan

Video: What’s Inside a Black Hole?

Black holes devour stars, light, and anything that comes too close. In reality, they are anything but holes. But from our spot far outside the horizon of any black hole, all we can see is the glow of swirling radiation from objects falling over the horizon.

What could be inside? Watch the video below to explore some stunning theories.

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Greg Kestin

    Greg Kestin holds a faculty position at Harvard University, where he conducts theoretical physics research, teaches, and produces educational online content. He earned his physics Ph.D. from Harvard, as a member of The Center for the Fundamental Laws of Nature, focusing on theoretical particle physics and quantum field theory. Over his career, he has also conducted research in nuclear physics, fusion energy, and gravitational wave physics. For over a decade he has been involved with innovative educational outreach endeavors, bringing science to both students and members of the public through his writings, videos, lectures, and multimedia.