Accidental black hole discovery proves Stephen Hawking theories right after 50 years

The researchers then crunched the numbers to confirm their discovery and found quantum gravity can actually lead to pressure in Schwarzschild black holes.

Professor Calmet said: “Our finding that Schwarzschild black holes have a pressure as well as a temperature is even more exciting given that it was a total surprise.

“I’m delighted that the research that we are undertaking into quantum gravity has furthered the scientific communities’ wider understanding of the nature of black holes.

“Hawking’s landmark intuition that black holes are not black but have a radiation spectrum that is very similar to that of a black body makes black holes an ideal laboratory to investigate the interplay between quantum mechanics, gravity and thermodynamics.


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