Black Holes: Gateway to Another Dimension, or Ghosts of Stars’ Pasts?

There are many different beliefs and myths when it comes to black holes. Some insist that they don’t exist because they’re invisible to the human eye, or that a black hole will simply consume all of the matter in the universe. Both notions are false.

Black holes do exist within the universe, and, despite their name, they’re not actually empty holes. Black holes consist of a huge amount of densely packed matter, meaning that they have a lot of mass condensed into a very small area. The mass density of these black holes creates a gravitational pull so strong…

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Alexander Fleiss is the CEO of Rebellion Research, A Scientist, Teacher & Ai Researcher

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Alexander Fleiss

Alexander Fleiss is the CEO of Rebellion Research, A Scientist, Teacher & Ai Researcher