i don't think your thinking is flawed at all. If you threw a flower into one regular star and a shoe into another star of the same type, there would be nothing left of the original objects. whats the big deal if they were tossed into black holes instead of yellow stars or red dwarfs?
How can we measure all the information in the universe? Physicist Raphael Bousso explains how all information is bound by lightwaves that have traveled for billions of years since the beginning of the universe and are just now reaching your eyes. By understanding these parameters, Bousso believes it’s possible to determine precisely how much information exists in the universe.
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