New research into the nature of black holes proposes these regions of immense gravitational force are not as ruthless as some experts may suggest، as Technical Times said.
In fact، scientists at The Ohio State University say black holes are nothing more than giant harmless balls of cosmic strings that create imperfect copies of whatever falls into them.
This runs counter to an earlier argument advanced by other experts، who said that black holes are enveloped by a curtain of energy that lights up whatever crosses its edge.
Black Holes Are Massive Fuzzballs Of Energy In a new paper published in the Journal of High Energy Physics، a team of physicists led by Samir Mathur of OSU says black holes are massive fuzzballs that gain more mass as they suck more objects in.
They say، as an object is drawn to the event horizon، the point at which there is no going back for anything that gets too close، the black hole's fuzzy surface rises up to meet the object before it can reach the part of hottest radiation.
Black holes are regions in space with extreme gravitational pull. Even light، once it falls in، fails to get out. They are formed from the death of supermassive stars that condense all that material into a small، super-dense core. Scientists believe that black holes compress any object they pull in into infinite density.