Hawking explains his new theory of how information avoids destruction in black holes

Stephen Hawking took the floor today at the Hawking Radiation conference to explain his latest idea about how quantum-mechanical information can escape being lost in a black hole. The presentation was made today during the Hawking Radiation conference being held at KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm.

Hawking is in town for a weeklong conference on the information loss paradox, which was organized by UNC Physicist Laura Mersini-Houghton. She assembled 32 of the world’s leading physicists on the campus of KTH Royal Institute of Technology. The Hawking Radiation conference is co-sponsored by Nordita, UNC and the Julian Schwinger Foundation. Nordita is co-hosted by KTH and Stockholm University.

 

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