Research on Black Holes Wins Nobel Prize for Physics

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Nobel Prize for Physics Awarded Today

Health Editor’s Note: ‘Closer to the edge of the unknown.”… Sheperd Doeleman, project director for the Event Horizon Telescope….This is awesome!…Carol 

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  1. I find it odd that the Nobel prize for physics is awarded to mathematicians, and not to a proper physicist. The evidence for the existence of Black Holes is only found in the imagination of mathematicians, which is no evidence at all. What they claim to have ‘discovered’ can not be reproduced in a laboratory, but only imagined. I call SHENANIGANS!

    • joetv, I wonder why there is no Nobel prize for mathematics. Often times mathematicians win the prize in another field.