David Anderton June 5, 2010 12:22 AM wasn\'t there an idea to to put solar panels in space and send the energy via microwaves to earth? this could be an easy way to capture those waves. James McClellan June 5, 2010 01:32 AM Not Daisy Cutter worthy. CERN on the other hand really needs an intimate relationship with a Daisy Cutter... with several of them in fact. Ravenacious June 5, 2010 06:18 PM Calling this a black hole is probably over-stating it somewhat. It says that the microwaves are absorbed and re-radiated as heat, this sounds more like a good blackbody radiator. A black hole absorbs the energy pretty much full-stop. The only thing that it emits is Hawking radiation. jaison Sibley June 6, 2010 05:02 AM This can Be the scariest Ultimate Stealth Technology where heat can be used to generate electricity or dissipiated !!! Adze June 12, 2010 10:10 PM I wonder if we could infer the existence of these \'black holes\' by their proximity to WiFi hotspots? T.A. Nasir July 5, 2010 11:20 AM Talk About False Advertising! lol twt July 12, 2010 08:57 AM 1 step ahead to open the star gate.This discovery will lead us to better understanding on quantum mechanic. While everyone searching for God Particle, Southeast University can do further research, this could be use to build tool.Create possibility to study deeper on both electron and positron. Ed July 29, 2010 09:06 PM I think I have one of those in my house....things go missing and I swear it\'s a blackhole to blame! luckyfella1 August 9, 2010 01:31 PM Any scientist fooling around with nature\'s deadliest instrument of death is not only foolish, but stupid.We know absolutely nothing about black holes. We haven\'t even started scratching the surface. The chinese are trying to get ahead of us by experimenting without sufficient knowledge. They\'ll continue to experiment. They\'ll not only destroy themselves, but the whole planet earth and probably the whole solar system in the process.I\'m moving to mars. Raptoer August 17, 2010 07:13 PM This has NOTHING to do with black holes whatsoever. Black holes work by having a VERY massive object in a small space, hence everything (including light) is so affected that it all clumps together. This works by absorbing the microwaves and turning them into heat, in a way such that in the center there is an area where microwaves cannot enter. It\'s a whole lot more like a sound proof room than a black hole. The journalism confusion might be due to the sensors showing a black spot in the middle, but if they inverted the colors on the sensors then it might have been called a white hole.