The two so-called GW190521 black holes, one 66 times the mass of the Sun, the other 85 times the mass, merged to form the new massive black hole, the first time such large black holes have been observed either by gravity or by electromagnetic observations.
The discovery could help change the way the universe and the rule of physics are viewed.
Professor Artur Ekert, a Pole working at Oxford University, is considered to be one of the candidates for this year’s Nobel Prize in physics, the Swedish TT News Agency has reported, citing the rankings of the American company Clarivate Analytics.
The new theory on dark matter could shake up scientific thought on this strange substance that lurks in deep space.
The camp which is run by pharmaceutical company ADAMED has already helped 200 youngsters and seen alumni go on to attend some of the world’s most prestigious universities such as Oxford and Cambridge.
They may sound like something from Doctor Who but thanks to the work of a Kraków professor time crystals could become a reality.