Black holes 'do not exist'

April 5, 2005 02:00 by keithkaragan
According to George Chapline of the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in California Black holes 'do not exist', but rather are Dark Energy stars, in a news story on Nature.com (Link). For some background on Dark Energy check out the BBC's In Our Time program from March 17th (Link).
This may indeed just be a reclassification of terms for the same phenomenon, but consider that another quantum mechanics related story is in the news. There seems to be great strides being made in the understanding of this genre of science in more of an applied manner - very cool.
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