Is SSL a Blackhole? Or is it the Event Horizon?

by Doc Sheldon
Black holes are arguably one of the most inaccurately-named phenomena in the universe (barring government intelligence, at least). A “hole” is a region that is devoid of anything, whether it’s a hole in your shirt, your garden or your logic. Black holes, on the contrary, are so full, that their density creates a gravity so intense that even light can’t escape.Read the full article