Hawking’s theory attempted to answer that question.
“If you feel you are in a black hole, don’t give up”.
Currently, NASA defines Blackhole as a place in space with extreme gravity. However, as per the law of universe, it is impossible for something to just get disappeared and thus one can conclude that whatever falls into the black hole would ultimately land up somewhere. Also shown is an outflowing jet of energetic particles, believed to be powered by the black hole’s spin, according to a NASA news release. If energy can not be created nor destroyed, then what happens to the things absorbed by the Black Hole? How about you? Eager to cross over the event horizon and into the inky darkness of a black hole’s violating vortex?
“Things can get out of a black hole both on the outside and possibly come out in another universe”. Black holes are large structures and if they are rotating, they might have a passage to another universe. But you couldn’t come back to our universe. “Thus, no matter how attracted I am to space, I wouldn’t try it”, joked Hawking.
A very old theory states that nothing is ever lost, everything is transformed and if we relate that to what Stephen Hawking has recently declared, it could mean that black holes are not the end of information at all, but the beginning of a completely new something, something that is still unknown to us but definitely well imagined. They are not the eternal prisons they were once thought.
The event horizon acts as a sort of crust around a black hole, in which according to Hawking, traces or particles of the black hole are left.
During the Hawking Radiation Conference at the KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm this week, the always-riveting Hawking delivered up some words of wisdom to adventurous astronauts of all ages. He added that the black holes could be possible portals to other universes.
Polchinski said: “I don’t think what Hawking and his collaborators are proposing is radical enough to solve the problem”. However, Hawking suggests that there may be a way of getting into another universe.
“There’s still much more work to be done to show that when something falls into a black hole that it leaves a record of exactly what it was”.