Recently, I have heard that Stephen Hawking has said that there are no black holes because Quantum Theory allows energy and information to escape.

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TopNewestHmm....Actually on this topic we can't be sure on anything

To truly study black holes....

we need both gravity and quantum mechanics coming together(quantum mechanics deals with very small particles, as black holes are assumed to be small we can use QM)

Thus by combining we get Quantum gravity.....Wowwwwww

and Once again it is not easy here...... Ok......by the way u may think what happened to Einsteins general relativity; bending of space time with gravity.......it seems in case of a black hole his equation goes to not existence scenarios(That is why Einstein said in those days it self that there are no real black holes that exist )

Seems no one is clear to this unclear problem...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mx5210jP7yY

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