Classic black hole back – paradox “fire wall” is canceled




Some time ago we reported that the renowned physicist Stephen Hawking theory was proposed , designed to solve the problem of “fire wall” that occurs near the black hole. The essence of his theory was that the “event horizon” and “fire wall” does not exist in the usual form, and along with the concept of “event horizon”, he introduces the concept of “the visible horizon.”

However, the Swedish physicist Sabine Hossenfelder offered a simple solution to this problem that does not require revision of existing concepts in physics. The object of her research was the Hawking radiation – radiation process of elementary particles by a black hole caused by the vacuum fluctuations near its event horizon.

Hawking radiation shows that during such oscillations occur particle-antiparticle pairs, one of which is absorbed by the black hole and the other leaves it. As a result, quantum entanglement couples violated, ie the particles appear in the pure, original form. This in turn gives rise to the paradox of “fire wall.”

In my research, Sabine Hossenfelder found that instead of a pair of entangled particles, Hawking radiation is associated with two pairs. In this case one pair falls into the black hole and the other departs from it. This process is very similar to that originally proposed by Hawking, however, the particles are not in pure and in mixed form, while maintaining the duality.

The study Sabin can conclude that the region near the event horizon has no fire wall, as required by the general theory of relativity. As a result, the theory put forward by Hawking is a solution to a problem that simply does not exist.

The text of the full article Sabine Hossenfelder available online at .
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