Scientists now have proof that black holes can lose energy instead of gobbling it up
- Scientists have obtained the first ever proof that black holes can lose energy.
- They've long believed that magnetic fields could suck energy out of black holes but didn't have proof — until now.
- The M87 supermassive black hole is emitting energy like "million-light-year-long Jedi lightsabers," the co-author of a new study said.
Scientists have long believed that black holes, which generally swallow up everything around them, can also lose energy.
But they didn't have proof — until …