Growing up in a heavily accessible information world, it is easy to understand the importance of the collection, dissemination, and retrieval of information. When you delete files on your computer, where does it go? Is it lost in space or stored elsewhere? Similarly, it is famously said that nothing can escape a black hole, not even light. Does that include the information itself? To understand this, we have to understand what black holes are first.

The anatomy of a black hole starts from the outermost edge, the accretion disk, which is the large sum of matter that surrounds the black…

Johnny J Parker Lee

I’m a student at CU Boulder and a US Navy Veteran. I’m interested in data science, ML, traveling, and explaining complex events/concepts in astronomy.

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