Simulated Black Holes May Prove Hawking's Theory

By cramming several thousand superconducting quantum interference devices (SQUIDS), which guide light down a track much like a rail guides trains, scientists hope to simulate the effects of a black hole.
The research could help prove a 35-year-old theory originally proposed by physicist Stephen Hawking and cement humanity's fundamental understanding of the universe.

Full article by Eric Bland on Discovery News



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