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Posted by Hawkings Radiation on July 22, 2000 13:20:10 UTC

I guess the title of my topic puts forth my view..
Black holes do not emit energy.
As you know, particles exist in pairs, the particle and anti-particle pair. When such a pair of particles are created near the event horizon of a black hole, if, a constituent manages to enter the event horizon whereas the other constituent does not, the survivor particle will become a REAL particle, which we see as x-rays.
-this is from hawkings radiation.

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