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Hawking Radiation/Black Holes Discussion

 
 
rel99
 
Reply Thu 2 Apr, 2015 11:11 am
How does Hawkings radiation touch the untouchable (singularity) to reduce the black hole mass and what are the consequences of the physics of the singularity?
It is not nice to meddle with the wondrous force of nature...paraphrasing Mary Shelley from Frankenstein.

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Reply Thu 2 Apr, 2015 07:21 pm
@rel99,
The basic idea is that virtual particles form in pair and then dissipate in pairs. But if a particle pair forms such that one particle is inside the event horizon and the other particle is outside the event horizon then when the dissipate there is a net loss which causes the black hole to "evaporate" over time.

Does that help?
rel99
 
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Reply Fri 3 Apr, 2015 09:29 am
@rosborne979,
Yes!, Thanks for replying. You are quite right at the event horizon. That is just the point. I have scaned the whole internet and the EV and the virtal
particles are addressed and the singularity containing the most of the mass
of the BH, but the extraction of that mass from the singularity ( mass lost
forever ) for the Hawking radiation physics is not addressed . What gives?
Thanks again. rel99
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rel99
 
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Reply Wed 24 Jun, 2015 11:55 am
@rel99,
Just checking to see if there are any more people interested in this topic.
Roy
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