A Definite Maybe Is Scientific ‘Proof’?

Intrigued by this headline, only to find the story under it is another illustration of what a bunch of reality challenged clowns theoretical physicists are.

Lab-Created ‘Sound Black Hole’ Could Prove Hawking’s Theory
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Digital facsimile of a black hole (Source: MacDonald Observatory)

Professor Stephen Hawking could finally win a Nobel prize, as an Israeli scientist proves the professor’s theory may be correct by creating a black hole in his laboratory.

A scientist from Israel may have finally helped to prove one of the world’s most famous theories is in fact, correct.

Research by Professor Hawking, a cosmologist at Cambridge University, disputed the notion that black holes are a gravitational sink hole that pulls in matter and never allows anything to escape, even light.

Back in 1974, Professor Hawking made groundbreaking claims that black holes are actually slowly evaporating.

His theory said particles could rob black holes of their energy, making them disappear at a minuscule rate as they release everything they had once swallowed in a trickle of dust.

For years scientists have been plagued by the existence of black holes and have questioned whether Professor Hawking’s theory is in fact true. Read all >>>

So let’s just step back and take another look at that.

“an Israeli scientist proves the professor’s theory may be correct”

He’s proved its may be true? Is that a definite maybe then?

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