The weird world of black holes
While black hole kicks may seem like a crazy idea, new black hole findings can be just as bizarre.
March 24, 2006
|The concept of black holes has evolved immensely since these mysterious objects were first theorized in the late 18th century and later seriously discussed in the 1960s. Today, black holes are still largely a mystery, but scientists are constantly making discoveries about these objects. Here's a roundup of what they've uncovered recently.|
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