It's here! The first ever image and official confirmation of an existing black hole. Our struggles to capture this image resulted from the fact that black holes consume the light around them. The glowing rim is made up of material hovering near the event horizon—also known as the point of no return.
The beloved smart devices—the computer, the tablet, the phone—all offer so many beautiful things. However, the danger of hacking can set the average tech owner up for a sinister violation of privacy.
In today's day and age, average people, like you and I, are under the illusion that our privacy is maintained, else we would notice. False! Prestigious hackers and malicious governments have the technological ability to access our computers and, oddly enough, see us through our own cameras.
To prepare for the worst, tech owners are advised to cover their cameras to block tech creepers from spying on us. Is this paranoia? or common protocol for the 21st century?
Ask google what a black hole is.
"A region of space having a gravitational field so intense that no matter or radiation can escape."
FALSE. *insert Dwight Schrute meme here*
In 1974, the brilliant Stephen Hawking discovered that black holes emitted gamma ray radiation. Such a discovery revolutionized theoretical physics and began a new voyage into black holes.
The fact that black holes emit such a useful radiation opens a door into adapting to the newfound energy source, now named Hawking radiation.