Black hole made in the lab shows signs of quantum entanglement
Ami Jablonovsky/GettyBy Rebecca Boyle There’s only one way to study a black hole up close: build a copy in the lab. One physicist claims his desktop black hole, which swallows sound instead of light, has been spotted emitting entangled quantum particles. It could be a breakthrough in studying the exotic physics of these weird objects – although not...
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