The greatest living physicist Stephen Hawking has demolished the modern black hole theory in a new paper published online. According to the wheelchair-bound genius, the idea of an event horizon, from which even light cannot escape, is faulty. Hawking smashes the idea of a black hole by saying that instead of an inescapable event horizon, we should think of a far less total "apparent horizon". And, by saying, he contradicts Albert Einstein, as event horizons are mathematical consequences of Einstein's general theory of relativity.
Hawking writes that the absence of event horizons means that there are no black holes in the sense of regimes from which light can't escape. He furthet suggests that light rays trying to go away from the black hole's core are going to be held as though they were stuck on a treadmill, from which they can slowly shrink by emitting radiation.