The Final Paper of Stephen Hawking has just been Released

In the Network appeared the last work of the greatest cosmologist and theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking.

Two years later, Perry and Strominger, now aided by Cambridge physicist Sasha Haco, have finished and released the next and final step of Hawking's work on the matter entitled Black Hole Entropy and Soft Hair revealing that that soft hair may allow for the recovery of some information from black hole objects.

It was completed in the days before Hawking's death in March, and has now been written up by his colleagues at and posted online.

Selling had contended that dark openings have a temperature.

For example, when a black hole swallows some object, its temperature should change, theoretically, as should its entropy - the inability of the system to convert its thermal energy into mechanical work, causing the disorder of its particles.

One of the fundamental tenets of physics is that information can never be completely erased from the universe.

In the most recent paper, Hawking and his partners indicated how a portion of the data might be protected.

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The physicists show that a black hole's entropy may be recorded by photons that surround the black hole's event horizon, the point at which light can not escape the intense gravitational pull.

This is known as the black hole information paradox - and Stephen Hawking had been trying to crack it for decades.

Having a distinct temperature implies that a black hole has entropy, which Hawking also calculated. In it the genius of science talked about what happens to substances when injected into black holes.

In the last paper, Hawking and his colleagues showed how some of the information may be preserved. Entropy is a measure of the number of different ways the microscopic constituents of a black hole can arrange themselves. "He knew the final result", said Perry. These particles are said to be light to make it a sort of halo that is around the black hole which is called as soft hair in the paper.

"The difficulty is that if you throw something into a black hole, it looks like it disappears", Perry from the University of Cambridge, told The Guardian. "It's telling you that soft hair really is doing the right stuff", Perry went on to say. The study proposed that some information from matter that gets pulled into a black hole can be retrieved from photons that escape from the event horizon.

In the scientific article experts headed by Stephen Hawking was trying to understand the properties that may have individual items in contact with the singularity.

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