Plugging the Hole in Hawking's Black Hole Theory

MSU Professor Chris Adami has found the solution to a long-standing problem with Stephen Hawking's black hole theory. In a groundbreaking study recently published in the journal Classical and Quantum Gravity, Adami found that various types of information, as specific as matter or particles, or as obscure as the contacts in your mobile phone or the contents of a secret diary, never disappear in a black hole, effectively solving the black hole information paradox of Hawking's theory.

Stephen Hawking’s wonderful theory is now complete in my opinion. The hole in the black hole theory is plugged, and I can now sleep at night.
— Chris Adami
  Chris Adami , professor, Microbiology and Molecular Genetics; Physics and Astronomy

Chris Adami, professor, Microbiology and Molecular Genetics; Physics and Astronomy


In the Works

From potential alien life to the basic cell structure of human beings, Chris's active research projects are changing the way we think about interdisciplinary science. Read more about his current research.

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Chris Tweets at ChristophAdami about trying to understand how the universe works, including people and animals. And plants and microbes. So, pretty much everything.