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September 25th, 2018, 02:53 PM   #1
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No naked B.H. and hidden Q.M.?

If a black hole abhors a "naked" singularity, could it possibly hide quantum variables?
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September 25th, 2018, 03:19 PM   #3
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Denis Could you be more specific?
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Could you be more specific?
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If a black hole abhors a "naked" singularity, could it possibly hide quantum variables?
Who knows what's going on in the event horizon. The best we have is GR predictions.
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Who knows what's going on in the event horizon. The best we have is GR predictions.
Doesn't Hawking radiation assume probabilistic (statistical) knowledge of particles falling into a black hole?
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Doesn't Hawking radiation assume probabilistic (statistical) knowledge of particles falling into a black hole?
I don't know.
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If a black hole abhors a "naked" singularity, could it possibly hide quantum variables?
Is that so?

Nature was once said to "abhor a vacuum", yet more than 99% of the universe is just that - empty space.
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How does one account for % of virtual particles in the vacuum, or dark energy?
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Why is that necessary in relation to black holes?

I assume you are talking about 'the hidden variables issue' in your original opening post?
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