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Does the black hole information paradox fully explain how these massive structures destroy space-time?

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  • Hard to tell

    Black holes are true enigmas in science world, but the idea that something is a paradox in nature just doesn't make any sense -after all, if both things exist, cleary there has to be some way of reconciling the two, and information going in or out of a black hole is no different.

  • It's all just theory.

    We still don't even know for sure if there are actual things such as black holes. So to say that an information paradox theory about a theoretical astronomical phenomenon fully explains anything is a bit of a fantastic stretch. Until we can actually get out there and inspect what we think is a black hole, there's no way to explain anything.

  • The black hole information paradox does not fully explain how these massive structures destroy space-time.

    The black hole information paradox does not fully explain how these massive structures destroy space-time. There is still a lot of unanswered questions that we do not know about space. This paradox only says that these massive structures destroy space-time but it does not give any reason or clue on how.

  • No, there is no full explanation.

    We act as if we understand the space and time continuum, but in reality even the most sophisticated of scientists has just a very small grasp of what is actually going on. So we are arrogant if we think we have a full explanation, even though we have gotten a better one.

  • No, there are unanswered questions.

    No, the black hole information paradox does not fully explain how these massive structures destroy space-time, because the paradox only states that the black holes destroy space-time. There is no explanation for why this occurs, or why the laws of physics do not apply in these places. The black hole paradox raises more questions than it answers.


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