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What would happen if a human ventured into the Event Horizon, or the edge of a black hole? The laws of physics say they would be both dead and alive, thus creating an information paradox. Subscribe to Earth Lab for more fascinating science videos:

The information paradox was eventually solved by Susskind in the '70s.

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