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Re: A Problem With Hawking Radiation??

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Posted by nåte on October 18, 1999 05:42:43 UTC

: This states where a particle/antiparticle pair are formed one can fall into a blackhole and the other is "emitted".

: Okay so what stops this particle that has escaped just : cancelling out with another "emitted" -antiparticle which has also just escaped??

: For this reason surely this theory is not correct!!

Annihilation does not violate 1LOTD. Dont forget there is energy released during annihilation.

-nåte

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