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Hawking Radiation Recapitulation.

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Posted by Ashley Hajny, Ph.D. on September 27, 2000 06:51:05 UTC

The paticle escapes before coming into connact with another annihilating particle, because its emitted at almost c.
The process continues as many paticles escape together. Maybe a few do annihilate on escaping. But 99% do not.

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