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RR30: The Abyss (Part One; Black Holes; Rerun)

RR30: The Abyss (Part One; Black Holes; Rerun)

Update: 2020-02-181
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Sofia is still recovering from eye surgery, so this will be a rerun. We'll probably be back next week.


The idea of something that is inescapable, at first glance, seems to violate our sense of freedom. This sense of freedom, for many, seems so intrinsic to our way of seeing the universe that it seems as though such an idea would only beget horror in the human mind. And black holes, being objects from which not even light can escape, for many do beget that same existential horror. But these objects are not exotic: they form regularly in our universe, and their role in the intricate web of existence that is our universe is as valid as the laws that result in our own humanity. So what are black holes? How can they have information? And how does this relate to the edge of the universe?


[Featuring: Sofía Baca, Gabriel Hesch]



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RR30: The Abyss (Part One; Black Holes; Rerun)

RR30: The Abyss (Part One; Black Holes; Rerun)

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