The Brian Lehrer Show Edit this Published in The Brian Lehrer Show Short Science: What Happens Inside A Black Hole Listen 7 min Queue Download this audio Want to embed this player? Use the code below. More info. <iframe frameborder="0" scrolling="no" height="130" width="100%" src="https://www.wnyc.org/widgets/ondemand_player/wnyc/#file=/audio/json/312977/&share=1"></iframe> Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Email a Friend A growing black hole, called a quasar, can be seen at the center of a faraway galaxy in this artist's concept. NASA telescopes discovered similar quasars hiding in galaxies in the distant universe. (NASA / Wikimedia Commons) i Dennis Overbye of the New York Times talks about a debate among physicists over what would happen if you jumped into a black hole and what it means for Albert Einstein's reputation.