Nobel laureate: Inside black holes are doors to strange, yet violent world RT — SophieCo

The Universe is rife with mysteries. From the micro-world of atoms and electrons to the enormous, unimaginable bounds of outer space with its billions of billions of stars, there are many things that still lie beyond our understanding. Among them are black holes – strange, unforgiving entities that even light cannot pass. What immense dangers are black holes brewing? Are they of any use to mankind? And probably the most important question – what is inside them? We take off on a quest to find possible answers to these questions with Nobel Prize winning physicist Professor Gerard ‘t Hooft on Sophie&Co today.

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