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Just because the universe is dying doesn’t mean you and your civilization have to die with it, at least not if you’re ready to go stellar grave robbing.
Stephen Hawking hasn't actually solved the black hole information paradox and his latest work raises more questions than it provides answers.
Let's say the worst happened and you've been sucked into a black hole as your body was torn apart. So, what happens to you next?
Black holes are such complex entities that just being trapped in one's gravity creates a cascade of paradoxes...
Could the laws of physics step in to prevent attempts at radical life extension?
At the end of the universe, black holes will be the only things left and they will define what happens in the cosmos for countless eons.
Try as we might, we often don't understand randomness in nature and how it works.