Hawking changed his view in 2004 about black hole that
it can let out some information. Some people think that
the String Theory, Unified General relativity or Quantum
Mechanics might have forced him to re-consider his idea.
The fact remains that Two Big Bang Theory inspired
Stephen Hawking since its author analyzed almost all the
laws quoted by Hawking in his own book "A Brief History
Dr. Raj Baldev's hypothesis titled "Two Big Bangs
Created the Universe" (Formed in Eternal Space) was
released in 2003 and Hawking's contradiction of Black
Hole came only about 10 months after the publication of
Dr. Baldev's book.
In this connection, a legal notice was also served upon
Hawking through the British High Commission, New Delhi.
Mr. C.L.Sahu, Advocate Supreme Court of India, issued
the notice for violation of copyrights, as I gathered
from the articles appeared on this issue from time to
I requested Dr. Raj Baldev, Cosmo Theorist from India,
first to shed some light on the evolution of the Black
Hole and then to give his view how Hawking was inspired
by Two Big Bang Theory given by you in "Two Big Bangs
Created the Universe" (Formed in Eternal Space)?
Dr. Raj Baldev said, "In 1915, Albert Einstein explained
how matter and energy bend space time and that relates
to the Black Hole. Next year, Kart Schwarz child made
some improvements on Einstein's equations particularly
on the issue of dense point mass. Roger Penrose built-up
an idea of singularity in 1965, a point where space is
believed to become infinitely dense.
"In 1967, John Wheeler coined the term of "Black Hole"
analyzing how a star collapses to a singularity. Just
after two years, Penrose came out with a new idea that
singularity is hidden behind an Event Horizon of the
"In 1973, Hawking and Jacob Bekenstein designed an
entropy, which is a measurement of the amount of
information in a black hole. After two years, Hawking
said that Quantum Mechanics predicted that energy
escapes from a black hole.
"On this issue, there was a bet between Hawking and his
colleague John Preskill who said that the Hawking
radiation does not carry information.
"In 1996, Andrew Strominger and Cumrun Vafa used String
Theory to calculate the entropy of a black hole and
concluded the same answer as arrived at by Hawking and
"In 2004, According to scientists' calculations the
String Theory and Quantum Mechanics, 'information could
escape from the black hole.' As a result Hawking
accepted the bet that model of Black Holes from the
String Theory sheds any doubt on the idea of
"Up to this, there is no controversy, no problem, Dr.
Raj Baldev said. "I gave my formula on Black Holes in
the Two Big Bang Theory, which went many steps higher
than the predictions of any other physicists or
astronomers in the world. My formula is contained in
"Two Big Bangs Created the Universe" (Formed in Eternal
Space), Ed. 2003, on p, 27, which reads as under:
"An interesting aspect of Black Holes is that they have
a great mystery of "The Creator". On one side their
strong gravitational pull sucks the objects within their
event horizons and on the other they are also
responsible for creating orders like Solar System in the
Universe. Their strategic point is filled with light
gases on the pattern of the Central Reservoir (Primeval
Black Hole) including hydrogen and oxygen. ..........."
"I may be wrong, but no theory has ever been so accurate
on the black holes except Two Big Bang Theory so far my
reading goes. The entire information about the black
holes given by different scientists and astronomers was
not specific, whereas the Two Big Bang Theory gave a
specific answer, supported by scientists thereafter with
"According to the best information that I have about the
black holes, no one in the world history claimed that
the blacks holes not only destroy the matter but also
create orders like Solar Systems, which means the
formation of stars and planets. The scientists and
astronomers got inspiration from the Two Big Bang Theory
and many latest scientific findings have come to press
that Black Holes not only destroy but create stars."