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What Happens If You Jump Into A Black Hole?

Season 10 Episode 8 | 16m 19s

Today we are jumping into a black hole. Again. Why? Well, to determine the fundamental structure of spacetime and its connection to quantum entanglement of course.

Aired: 04/30/24
Extras
To travel the stars without faster than light travel we’re going to need a generation ship.
The Moon: humanity’s first destination beyond our atmosphere.
So how did humans figure out the solar system? Eclipses!
Is gravity just an emergent effect of entropy?
Is our 3-D universe is just the inward projection of an infinitely distant boundary?
What if aliens are deliberately keeping quiet for fear that they might be destroyed?
So what exactly is an EMP, and how dangerous are they?
The terrible singularity at the heart of the black hole may be no more.
Stephen Hawking's most famous prediction: the theory of Hawking Radiation.
We may have solved the mysterious origins of supermassive black holes in our universe.
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To travel the stars without faster than light travel we’re going to need a generation ship.
The Moon: humanity’s first destination beyond our atmosphere.
So how did humans figure out the solar system? Eclipses!
Is gravity just an emergent effect of entropy?
Is our 3-D universe is just the inward projection of an infinitely distant boundary?
What if aliens are deliberately keeping quiet for fear that they might be destroyed?
So what exactly is an EMP, and how dangerous are they?
The terrible singularity at the heart of the black hole may be no more.
Stephen Hawking's most famous prediction: the theory of Hawking Radiation.
We may have solved the mysterious origins of supermassive black holes in our universe.