A Black Hole Mystery Wrapped in a Firewall Paradox – NYTimes.com

Fascinating piece in the Times today on the potential explanations for the behavior of “information” in a black hole. A Black Hole Mystery Wrapped in a Firewall Paradox – NYTimes.com.

The interesting thing about this information is that it, information, is “stuff” from our universe and constitutes information because we can recognize and manipulate the ideas, but that doesn’t make this a predictive science of what will happen inside a black hole. We remain in a purely speculative relationship to the universe as a whole, even when a hole is drilled through it by something that is literally no longer of this reality.

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