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What Stephen Hawking Really Said About Black Holes

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Hank explains the science behind recent reports that physics great Stephen Hawking said "there are no black holes." There are. They're just super complicated. ---------- Messages from our Subbable subscribers: Happy Valentine's Day my beautiful panda. I love you. I love you Steve- almost as much as Science. ---------- Like SciShow? Want to help support us, and also get things to put on your walls, cover your torso and hold your liquids? Check out our awesome products over at DFTBA Records: http://dftba.com/artist/52/SciShow Or help support us by subscribing to our page on Subbable: https://subbable.com/scishow ---------- Looking for SciShow elsewhere on the internet? Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/scishow Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/scishow Tumblr: http://scishow.tumblr.com Thanks Tank Tumblr: http://thankstank.tumblr.com Sources: http://arxiv.org/abs/1401.5761 http://arxiv.org/pdf/1401.5761v1.pdf http://www.popularmechanics.com/science/space/deep/no-black-holes-heres-what-stephen-hawking-actually-said-16442205?src=spr_TWITTER&spr_id=1457_42616980 http://www.pbs.org/newshour/updates/hawking-meant-black-holes/
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Quinn Conine (13 days ago)
RIP Daddy Hawking :(
William Coumerilh (29 days ago)
I am submitting this question for the second time(first here). If you were to enter a black hole below the event horizon, could this possibly be a form of entering into a time warp/wormhole? May be a silly question which has no merit.
Evelyn Marconi (1 month ago)
Black holes are a theory.
Aabesh Karmacharya (1 month ago)
RIP Hawking
Starfals (1 month ago)
Rip Stephen :(
Dylan Truong (1 month ago)
#Restinpeace
Evan Seliner (1 month ago)
Good by hawking you will be missed
herauthon four (1 month ago)
rule 1: there is a black hole rule 2: everything goes in, nothing comes out rule 3: it keeps sucking and sucking rule 4: it will grow questions if it kees growing - how big will it be in 1000 years, 2000 years if it has been growing, how strong will the black hole be and will this result in accelleration of the process.. if this was true.. why are we here.. and not sucked up.. by a blackhole ? So, the blackhole must leak and fade .. in a curved morgage model aka, it will be losing more and more mass in time.. slowing down the effect of the "apparent" horizon.. and then.. will it become a star..or.. a scar ? up,down, equal - it can grow due to added information it can shrink by losing information it can stay the same - but why ? the escaped data.. is : mangled data - not in the format as it wend in ? from initial escape point the laws of physics apply ? very elementary particles fuse to the next level of weight ? new elements are created ? is the escaped matter radio active ? will it decay fast, moderate, slow ? will it do fast, moderate and slow in some specific spread spectrum ? will the escaped stream trigger the creation of stars ?
elgato9o (2 months ago)
but if black holes lose matter and therefore mass over time, if after some million of years it has lost enough mass that it's gravity is no longer strong enough to absorb ALL light then wouldn't it slowly devolve into some sort of dead star matter that a future human can observe?
Ethan Aiv (2 months ago)
rip papa Hawking
The Thinker (2 months ago)
dude your the best dont need no woman or no one hairstreak dude to do what you do
Intiyaz Mohammad (2 months ago)
God says in the holy Quran what means [So verily, I swear by the stars that are veiled . And by the (sweeping ) stars that move swiftly and hide themselves. And by the night as it departs; And by the dawn as it brightens; Verily, this is the Word (this Qur'an brought by) a most honorable messenger [Jibril (Gabriel), from Allah to the Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him)].] (chapter At-Takwir: verses 15-19)
A Netflix Nerd Girl (2 months ago)
HAAAAAANK WHY I DIDN'T KNOW ABOUT THIS CHANNELL WHAAAAAAAT 😲
Rohan Iyer (2 months ago)
RIP Stephan Hawking
Ronald Brump (2 months ago)
Rest in piss stephen hawking.
Obr Kenobi (2 months ago)
Rest In Peace Stephen Hawking.
ClockworkHex (2 months ago)
Did they try turning him off and back on?
Helix Echoes (2 months ago)
A Black Hole is not a "Hole" It's impenetrable
Saltlake Seattelite (2 months ago)
RIP Stephen Hawking.... TALK ABOUT THIS PLEASE.... A memorial would be really nice form you all.
Haha, physics over football.
Nayan kc (2 months ago)
Can a black hole swallow a universe?
kobe dickson (2 months ago)
Rip Hawkins
CarthagoMike (2 months ago)
Requiescat in pace, Stephen Hawking. One of the greatest minds of the late 20th century.
Abyssinia Empire (2 months ago)
RIP Stephen Hawking's, a man who has inspired generations of scientists to come.
Nam Vũ Việt (2 months ago)
Rest in peace Stephen :(
Arief Mariadi (2 months ago)
His atom will go back to earth, recycle and reach for the stars. "RIP" Stephen Hawking
Tania Haldar (2 months ago)
This is so sad... rip Stephen Hawking
Joel Hernandez (2 months ago)
rip Stephen hawking😢😭never forget
Nullennial (2 months ago)
Pours out cup of singularity onto the ground. (Yes I know this makes no sense but blegh) RIP Stephen Hawking
Centauri A Gaming (2 months ago)
He just died today 😔 So unfortunate
reeglyson escabal (2 months ago)
Rip Stephen. Now you will know god exist. Too late for ya
Chris Fox (2 months ago)
There is no god, only humanity's infinite potential.
quality bleach (2 months ago)
Hard to believe he's dead
Neel Patel (2 months ago)
Stephen hawking has passed. This man will never be forgotten
Arj021004 (2 months ago)
R.I.P. Stephen Hawking
Randall Kelley (2 months ago)
It seems time is a man made up idea. Perhaps there are places where time does not exist, perhaps one could move or view time front to back, back to front. Hmmm, now that brings up a lot of questions. Gives me a head ache, and I am only an engineer person....Anyone have an Excedren!
Charlie Sparrow (2 months ago)
Rip
Samala Teja (2 months ago)
RIP him!
Marco Lopez (2 months ago)
RIP
Dakila Lozano (2 months ago)
he's dead
MrVkull (2 months ago)
Rip Hawking ;(
Ebenezer Nyenwe (2 months ago)
Steven Hawking is dead now. RIP Steven Hawking.
Zman44444 (2 months ago)
May you rest upon the stars, where you, me, and everyone once came from. My love goes out to you Hawking. You proved that ailments don’t affect the progress of work and passion.
Madara Uchiwa (2 months ago)
RIP STEPHEN HAWKING
Chetan Anand (2 months ago)
Rip Stephen Hawking
DANEIL LEE (2 months ago)
RIP stephen hawking
demarkuz (2 months ago)
Rip Stephen Hawking
Wolfy Kaname (3 months ago)
What about tsdr? I don't like reading scientific research papers that aren't long enough, or simply don't go into enough detail.
Rebecca Gillan (3 months ago)
As I understand it, black holes evaporate, which is where Hawking Radiation comes from. It’s basically “steam” from all that matter being compressed into a teeny point. Once the black hole has run out of fuel, it stops emitting Hawking Radiation, the event horizon dissipates, and all that is left is... we don’t know yet. Ash? A diamond-like particle of super compressed matter? But it’s not lost, only changed. Basically, Hawking said that black holes are temporary, not eternal. They’re more like a forest fire that is deadly but not forever.
Greg Lives (4 months ago)
Greg Lives25 minutes ago.Since we live in virtual reality, huge forces are just data;  universe is being run by super computers that convert data into our physical world & back to data, both at the event horizon.  The event horizon is your 2D holographic medium. Physicists (Hawking) conjecture that things that fall into black hole are extinguished while data (info of the matter) is left on event horizon.  Conjecture- event horizon is  like holographic film  A super dude is creating these holes with computer like device, but since he isn't IN the universe,  he is using DATA( in a computer ) which create virtual forces, virtual matter & virtual beings (US) after passing through the event horizon.  He is also removing/destroying things via black hole (which converts into computer code- 1s & 0s). Some info stored on event horizon, other info saved somewhere in superdudes computer.  If you are creating a virtual reality, those 1,000,000 degrees of heat in suns in our reality has no intrinsic value to the maker other than code. At black hole code applied to  event horizon= virtual creation;  Matter/forces of our reality sucked in at event horizon are broken back into code.  To superdude it is just numbers- ( furious winds in video games are just numbers in a computer. When you play video, are you ever effected by anything in the game like a video character is?- NO. No Thor Hammer or Panzer tank can touch you.  Work this concept.     Here's a stumper. All people see everything their whole life  in small area at the back of brain. What theorists are saying "the wave functions are collapsed by observing, which solidifies the object" in the outside world. But does it. Where do physicists make these measurements? Where is this "outside" world? In A building called university or are they all in their own little visual cortex where things aren't outside of anybody. Everyone collapses wave function in the brain, but you are tricked into believing it's outside your body.  Here is scenario- physicists  all seem to be going to work; working projects, making measurements on experiments, but it's an illusion. No one leave a spot, because no spot actually exists- all illusion. So, observers aren't collapsing waves outside of them, but the waves inside their head which solidifies their "reality"; a reality which seems to be shared with other beings- connected visual cortex to visual cortex in some manner. Is there an outside world? Seems not. Everything can happen in each person's visual cortex which gives the illusion you are seeing outside yourself. `
William Boyer (4 months ago)
You should make a video on imaginary time
Mixed-Matched Gaming (5 months ago)
But I Like Football 😢
What happens when splinting a Black Hole? (Diebuster)
Dennis Bieniek (6 months ago)
It's all a guess.
ghost2recon777 (6 months ago)
I guess it's fitting that their is s Star Wars ad on this video :/
Asian In Ohio (6 months ago)
I just hate how Football influences the education system. People that didn’t work nearly as hard get full rides while I help fund the sports programs.
James O (7 months ago)
All information must be preserved or God's judgments could not be perfect. NOT NOT NOT NOT Conservation of Energy allowed Jesus to rise on the third day. NOT NOT NOT Stephen Hawking.... NOT.
Sepand Ghanouni (7 months ago)
F*** NFL : stand for the anthem you jerks. Now watch some singularity videos
P-mtc (7 months ago)
I think black holes create dark matter via massive gravity pressure in them, and then they radiate dark matter into space.
Jacob Bassett (7 months ago)
I like this channel but the way this guy talks is so annoying especially when he thinks he's funny which he totally isnt.
Jack Wilson (7 months ago)
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=IdtKbq3Omkw
Pașca Alexandru (7 months ago)
1st, the idea that black holes have an infinitely small singularity of an infinite mass should had caused mass-puking in the schientific comunity from the early 60s. It starts from a finite ammount of mass (a star), gulps a bit more along the way and that‘s that. No infinity. Big, yes, not that big. 2nd, obviously there are no black holes. Because it would be a pleonasm and racist.
T1Oracle (7 months ago)
Brain damage ball! 😃
Black holes are the manifestation of the HOLES in relativity THEORY. see what "science" did there?
Daniele Messina (7 months ago)
this stuff is complicated, and speaking this fast makes it clearer, good job
Nanderlizer Nanderlizer (8 months ago)
this does not explain anything
Nolan Westrich (8 months ago)
Kinda makes me think of how the bible says there is no God. (Just ignore the other half of the verse: "says the heart of a fool.")
Kamal Godugu (8 months ago)
Nice information
UltimateBargains (8 months ago)
There are black holes. There are no quantum singularities.
TylerGamer22 (8 months ago)
phew this got me worried
Chris Griffith (8 months ago)
This is what Stephen said... no the media didn't read it. How did that become four minutes twenty-seven seconds worth of glibbering?
Mario Cindrić (8 months ago)
This happens when you are scientifically unliterate.
fikret önder budakin (8 months ago)
THERE IS SIMILARITY BETWEEN BLACK HOLE AND MATTER. If a photon emerges when a positron and an electron collide, it means that the electron and the positron are formed by means of an "oscillation trap" which does not allow the photon to escape like a black hole. In this case, there is a functional similarity between an electron and a black hole. There may be a structural similarity between black hole and matter. Why do not physicists think it? If the only thing that is not an antiparticle is photon, does not it mean that this photon is the most massive building stone? Everything be consist of different oscillation of photon. An interpretation of Einstain equation for E = m.c ^ 2 tells us that everything has come to light. In this caseIs matter acctually a formation of black hole in a sense?
Lukas Hrabovsky (8 months ago)
Shave ur neck better u look like teenager lol
Roland Lee (9 months ago)
Black hoes do exist. You just need to know where to find them.
Somekind of Dude (9 months ago)
Yes because black people are brown not black. 😂😂😂😂
Larr (9 months ago)
So he pretty much just changed the name and said they don't last forever.... Big deal...
Barsabus (9 months ago)
You are not funny
Nova strike (9 months ago)
So if hawking was proposing that the apparent horizon will evaporate when the black hole radiates out all of its energy. Wouldn't that leave the possibility that a very long time ago all black holes came together and when it radiated away the big bang happened?
GoB GoD (9 months ago)
i seen a subject on stephen hawkens "no event horizon" theb seen scishows "no event horizon" and immediately clicked over. way more reliable here
Kurt Piket (10 months ago)
Are black holes the doors into dark energy?
William Perry (10 months ago)
I love American football and science so kiss my ass. love you too Hank
HarshColby (10 months ago)
You talk so freaking fast! *Love it*
jakub rembacz (10 months ago)
the mainstream media is severely autistic meaning the symptoms of autistic not as an insult.
christianbro2 (10 months ago)
1 minute into the video and he hasn't said anything about the topic. And the video is 4 min long.
Jaša Cucek (10 months ago)
Does black hole suck only on 1 side or both ? I always wonder
Jonathan Robinson (10 months ago)
Is a black hole basically just an absence of space?
Andy T (11 months ago)
he doesn't know everything his time is about done
Parth Chaturvedi (11 months ago)
can we live an eternity in imaginery time and move only an hour in real time?
Albert Rogers (1 year ago)
I read a remarkably clever SF story, in "Analog" magazine I think, in which a future nuclear fusion power plant, using some ferocious heavy hydrogen compression mechanism, creates a small Black Hole. The reporter goes to the best qualified physics professor he knows, and they conclude that a Black Hole will eat its way to the center of the planet, and go on eating. It's the End of the World! The reporter files his story electronically, and remembers he didn't answer the question "When?" He goes back the the professor, who has also been thinking about it, and this story having been written not very long after Hawking published his conclusions about the relationship between the mass and the lifetime of a Black Hole, it turns out that any Black Hole of the mass of the entire Earth would be very evanescent. Should the reporter be consoled for the ignominy that his greatest story ever is false, by the fact that the End of the World actually hasn't arrived?
jmac2o2 (1 year ago)
Wait. If a black hole condenses matter into an infinitely small point, wouldn't that be 1 dimensional? And we live in a 3 dimensional universe, which makes a 1 dimensional object, the black hole, physically impossible. I'm no scientist, and would love if someone who actually knows what they're talking about to correct me.
Mr. J_Krr_ (1 year ago)
"that's all right... that's why we are here for" legit, mate...
Engineer Ahmed (1 year ago)
Blackholes r just ultra dense & ultra hot things period. Just like base of oceans r ultra high pressure. Interestingly if u put solid objects at base of ocean their volumes indeed decrease ie their densities increse. Just extrapolate this phenomenon & u get blackholes. They r no mysteries.
Sonali Rai (1 year ago)
The problem is simply this: Journalists can't wrap their heads around the one language in their life. It's too difficult.
darrick steele (1 year ago)
I wonder if Hawing Radiation will keep the universe from ending in a Heat Death?
Ashmeed Mohammed (1 year ago)
there is no such thing as 'information'
zombiewoof63 (7 months ago)
That's a bummer. When did this happen? It was my favorite noun.
RedNeck Potatoe (1 year ago)
Football as we call it in 'murica is actually my favorite sport
Rutuja Gurav (1 year ago)
I would love to hear SciShow's take on Eternally Collapsing Objects (ECOs), the so-called quasi black holes and further Magnetospheric Eternally Collapsing Objects (MECOs). Since some Relativists consider mathematical black holes (the ones having a singularity at the centre) to not exist in nature (separation of mathematical concepts from physical reality) it would be interesting to hear about ECOs which are an alternative explanation for our observations of black holes.
Tyler Keating (1 year ago)
If Stephen Hawking's audiobooks aren't read in his voice then I don't even see then point in buying them
geniegogo (1 year ago)
he's trolling by mentioning football at least twice - it indicates the true mission of this channel. I hope they'll evolve to aspire to a higher goal at some point after they're done with self aggrandizing - my advice is to look more outward not inward. It's all about intention man. Feel better.
Joe Deglman (1 year ago)
Based on the fact that Einstein's theories are being proven wrong, here is my prediction on black holes. There is no matter inside at all, maybe just neutrinos.  They are actually some sort of magnetic vortex. Nothing even light can get in there.  If a charged particle makes it in, it is pulled back out by the Tesla horizon caused by Ether flow that creates the boundry.  Eventually any neutral substance in there gets pulled out and reintegrated with everything else.  The Tesla horizon is where the neutrinos are reconnected between the electrons and positrons to recreate photons or ether.  It refuels the ether supply of the universe and comes back to equilibrium.

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