Black holes are among the most mysterious places in the universe; locations where the very fabric of space and time are warped so badly that not even light can escape from them. According to Einstein's theory of general relativity, at their center lies a singularity, a place where the mass of many stars is crushed into a volume with exactly zero size. However, two recent physics papers , published on Dec. B lack holes might not last forever, and it's possible that we've completely misunderstood their nature and what they look like at the center, according to the papers. Astronomers and physicists have long held that the idea of a singularity simply must be wrong.
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Michael Rapaport has a habit of dropping commentary on every single Hip-Hop moment that seems controversial to the culture. Most of the time, his input is unwarranted and dispensable due to his commonly unruly approach even if he has a specimen of a point. The actor has been on a roll recently, especially when it comes to new age rappers, and they always come right back at him with warlike remarks. Most recently, Black placed himself on the pedestal of Hip-Hop making claims that he is better than Biggie, Tupac, and Nas and ultimately insulted the legacies of the two slain legends stating their deaths are the foundation of their famed impact. It did not take long for Rapaport to step into the scene and drop his two cents. The year-old actor took to Instagram and blasted the year-old Florida rapper for his comments by dismissing his rap skills and ultimately repelled him as being a top 10 mumble rapper.
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In cities across the nation, many students are trapped in under-funded, mismanaged and unsafe schools. Yet, a number of scholars and of public figures like Bill Cosby have shifted attention away from the persistence of school segregation to lambaste the values of young people themselves. Our Schools Suck forcefully challenges this assertion by giving voice to the compelling stories of African American and Latino students who attend under-resourced inner-city schools, where guidance counselors and AP classes are limited and security guards and metal detectors are plentiful—and grow disheartened by a public conversation that continually casts them as the problem with urban schools. By showing that young people are deeply committed to education but often critical of the kind of education they are receiving, this book highlights the dishonesty of public claims that they do not value education.