Authors: Jeremy Dunning-Davies
Black holes are favourite objects for so many different groups of people to discuss. Many physicists discuss them quite seriously, while their possible existence must bring great joy to writers of science fiction. However, what is the theoretical background for their existence and what precisely is meant by the term ‘black hole’?
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