This article was very fascinating to me because I didn't understand parts of it. Black holes are an interesting topic for most, but I find them very intriguing. This new type of black hole, although it might not exist in real life, could still mean revolutionary things for us. It is strange how one simple theory could contradict everything that we have known to be true in physics forever. I would like to learn more about this topic eventually...
"The better we get at simulating Einstein's theory of gravity in higher dimensions, the easier it will be for us to help with advancing new computational techniques -- we're pushing the limits of what you can do on a computer when it comes to Einstein's theory," said Tunyasuvunakool. This quote shows us how much technology is working in our advantage. "But if cosmic censorship doesn't hold in higher dimensions, then maybe we need to look at what's so special about a four-dimensional universe that means it does hold." This is a good point.
In conclusion, I liked this article very much and my question is this: What can we do to discover more about this topic so that we can prove that Einstein's theories are correct?