Professor Cox told in a report that the study of black holes has rapidly transformed our perspective on space and time in the last few years.
Mentioning the statement, Register told that humans need to look into the black hole to create a better quantum computer. In this update, we will understand how black holes and quantum computers are related.
A black hole can easily emit elementary particles. The distinguishing energy of these particles is proportionate to Planck’s constant, so the effect is purely quantum mechanical. The rate of particle emission by a black hole of astronomical proportions is extremely small. It is very tiny to be detected.
Professor Brain Cox claims that they have seen intimate links between understanding black holes. It indicates the way they act and how information can escape from them and quantum computing.
It is now typically accepted that information is preserved in black-hole evaporation. This signifies that the predictions of quantum mechanics are correct whereas Hawking’s initial argument that depended on general relativity must be corrected.