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Are black holes an illusion?
Question Date: 2016-04-07
Answer 1:

Black holes are not an illusion. They do exist as a real thing. We call them black holes because they absorb all the light, so we cannot see them.

Answer 2:

Black holes are real, but we don't know for sure what some of their characteristics are.

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