Jennifer Lopez is officially a science fanatic, after reading her daughter's science book issued by an elementary school.
"When I was in school, I never read books. I was just Jenny from the block," says Lopez.
She's amazed and terrified at the same time, after discovering that black holes are dangerous, and possess a powerful attraction that pushes objects deep inside, to be doomed forever.
Her favorite book is "Death by Black Hole" by Neil deGrasse Tyson.
"I always wonder what it would feel like to penetrate a black hole with my body, to go deeper and deeper until I tear the fabric inside; the fabric of time and space," says Lopez.
Black holes are a place where time and space come to a complete stop, based on Einstein's theory.
There's something about black holes that draws in scientists and the rest of us earthly dwellers, besides, of course, their treacherous destruction. It could be because nothing has yet escaped one to tell us what's in that eternal abyss. Only alien life has the technical knowledge to peek inside these cosmic wells.
Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson, has discussed the mysteries surrounding these exotic entities and the reason he chose to think that it might be interesting to penetrate a black hole.