May 29, 2014 · No longer does a firewall destroy you but instead you are preserved on a black hole. And it could then dump into an alternate universe. The main catch is that such a principle requires a perfect black hole, of which there are none.
Aug 13, 2013 · In its place would be a discontinuity in the vacuum that would manifest itself as energetic particles — a “firewall” — lurking just inside the black hole. Image Raphael Bousso.
But this gives rise to the second element of the paradox: If there is a vacuum at the horizon, then there must be Hawking radiation, and a black hole will evaporate over time. “The minute you make a horizon, you’ve got the Hawking information problem,” said Warner.
University of York. «Curtains down for the black hole firewall paradox: Making gravity safe for Einstein again.» ScienceDaily.
“Black hole information has been a paradox in the physics community for nearly 40 years,” he said. “Mostly gravity theorists have been trying to find solutions, but they were using the wrong tools. To solve a paradox involving quantum information, we should be using quantum information theory.
Their findings dispel the so-called firewall paradox which shocked the physics community when it was announced in 2012 since its predictions about large black holes contradicted Einstein’s
«The putative black hole firewall is one of the hottest problems in physics today, and we hope that our paper makes a significant contribution to the field,» says Page.
The “Black Hole Information Paradox” The paradox arose after Hawking showed, in 1974-1975, that black holes surrounded by quantum fields actually will radiate particles (“Hawking radiation”) and shrink in size (Figure 4), eventually evaporating completely.
the black hole information paradox and black hole complementarity. After these two chapters we are equipped with enough knowledge to understand the rewall paradox proposed by AMPS. We will explain the paradox in detail in chapter 3. Chapter 4 is devoted …
Black Hole Firewalls Confound Theoretical Physicists If a new hypothesis about black hole firewalls proves correct, at least one of three cherished notions in theoretical physics must be wrong.
The Black Hole Firewall Paradox Dissertation by Tycho Sikkenk Supervised by Professor Fay Dokwer Department of Physics, Imperial College London In Partial Ful llment of the Requirements for the Degree of Master of Science (MSc) June-September 2013 (Submitted September 20, 2013)