No. Formally a black hole is a singularity in space-time. In a mathematical sense that means the equivalent of an infinitely small point. Now, that does not seem physically very satisfying, since we know that other parts of physics describe things that are very small in strange ways – quantum mechanics. So, it appears we have a lot more to learn about black holes and the theory of gravity, especially how it relates to other fundamental forces in the Universe. Nothing can escape a black hole once it passes a certain distance to the singularity, called the event horizon.

No. Formally a black hole is a singularity in space-time. In a mathematical sense that means the equivalent of an infinitely small point. Now, that does not seem physically very satisfying, since we know that other parts of physics describe things that are very small in strange ways – quantum mechanics. So, it appears we have a lot more to learn about black holes and the theory of gravity, especially how it relates to other fundamental forces in the Universe. Nothing can escape a black hole once it passes a certain distance to the singularity, called the event horizon.

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