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A brief technical explanation for those familiar with quantum mechanics: But there is a concept that might make it possible: We'll be asking why so many of us have supernatural beliefs, exploring the scientific origins behind our favourite monster legends, and bravely embarking on a ghost hunt As per General relativity, it predicts that sufficiently compact mass can deform space time to form a black hole. If two particles were to collide at extremely high i. It is not enough for me to wear dark sunglasses and a wig. Further, because the gravitational force grows without bound as one nears a standard black hole singularity, one would expect quantum gravitational effects which should come into play at extremely high energies to manifest themselves in black holes.