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For the first time in history, scientists have discovered what's going on inside a black hole

By: April Carson

Black holes might be a hologram. According to one part of the theory, at least, the entire cosmos may be a hologram. At the very least, that's one aspect of a new research published in PRX Quantum that investigated what's inside a black hole.

The paper is an attempt to better comprehend the notion of holographic duality.

Holographic duality is a mathematical hypothesis intended to connect particle physics and gravitational theories. It's an intriguing concept no matter how you look at it.

The concept of duality is based on the equivalence of gravity and particle theory. In any case, formally speaking, the theories of gravity and particles are equivalent. As a result, what happens mathematically in one applies to the other as well.

Although both these theories deal with various dimensions, gravity explains three dimensions while particle theory only has two. The researchers thought that studying this might help them figure out what's going on inside a black hole.

In the end, they found that the inside of a black hole is very similar to the early universe. It's fascinating to think about how these two vastly different concepts are so similar. Scientists will continue to explore these ideas and learn more about our universe.

The study, conducted by University of Michigan research scientist Enrico Rinaldi, zeroed in on these two hypotheses.

He explains, “There are no particles in Einstein's General Relativity theory—just space-time. There's nothing but particles in the Standard Model of particle physics. Since the previous century, people have been attempting to connect the two distinct theories.”

Using quantum matrix theories, Rinaldi and the other researchers were able to investigate holographic duality by connecting these two ideas. The objective was to combine what we know about particle physics with what we know about gravity theory. They began by using simply matrix models constructed out of arrays of numbers.

It's a well-known design that is employed in quantum computers, where particle physics is represented by one-dimensional strings. These generally assist researchers in determining the ground state since it allows you to create things from it, according to Rinaldi.

The researchers were able to explain what the gravity within a black hole looks like based on the models they utilized. This is the first time that scientists have been able to do this. The next step is to see if they can apply the same models to other areas of physics in order to create a more complete understanding of how the universe works.

Is the cosmos really a hologram?

Yes, but not entirely. When you consider holograms, the first thing that comes to mind is futuristic communications devices from fantasy films like Star Wars.

However, in this case, Rinaldi and his co-authors are referring to the connection between a black hole's interior and its exterior. Because gravity is at work within a black hole, it is represented in 3D space as space-time passes through it.

The black hole, on the other hand, appears to be two-dimensional from a distance. Because we do not perceive it as a three-dimensional object, this gives it a holographic appearance.

This is due to the fact that particle theory does not function in three dimensions. As such, some people think that the rest of the cosmos may operate in a similar manner. However, there is no concrete evidence to suggest otherwise at present.

Scientists have long theorized that black holes possess an event horizon. This is the point of no return, beyond which nothing, not even light, can escape. It was thought that once something passed beyond the event horizon, it was gone forever and could never be recovered. Black holes have always been a mystery to scientists, and researchers are still learning new things about them.

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About the Blogger:

April Carson is the daughter of Billy Carson. She received her bachelor's degree in Social Sciences from Jacksonville University, where she was also on the Women's Basketball team. She now has a successful clothing company that specializes in organic baby clothes and other items. Take a look at their most popular fall fashions on

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