The most famous scientist of the twentieth century Stephen Hawking in 1974 he made one of his most unusual predictions: black holes are able to completely evaporate. For nearly 50 years the theory of the scientist was only an unconfirmed hypothesis. However, recent research suggests that the version of the famous Explorer could be true, and the most mysterious objects in the Universe can really evaporate.
The first artificial black hole was created in Israel
Instead of matter and antimatter, which interact in a similar process in space, the researchers used pairs of quantum sound waves or phonons. On one side of the sound wave had the opportunity to move against the gas flow, away from the waterfall, while the phonon on the fast side of this could do, as was captured by a simulated “black hole” of supersonic gas.
The result of the experiment showed that the theory Stephen Hawking really sheds light on the mystery of black holes: a gradual absorption of black holes of Hawking particles leads to dispersion of the galactic monsters.
Thus, the idea the most brilliant scientist of the twentieth century will be able to help people tame one tremendous energy of the most incredible objects in the Universe, making the human race the true conquerors of the galaxy.