Stephen Hawking Says Black Holes Aren't Really Black
The famous physicist suggested black holes might not have an event horizon — and therefore aren't truly black.By Steven Sparkman | January 26, 2014
Stephen Hawking is, of course, the Cambridge physicist most popularly associated with black holes for the last 40 years. (Via TED)
Hawking gained fame in 1974 after coming up with the idea for something called "Hawking radiation," a way that black holes might shed some of their mass and evaporate over time.