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The Resource Evolution of Black Holes in Antide Sitter Spacetime and the Firewall Controversy, by Yen Chin Ong, (electronic resource)
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 This thesis focuses on the recent firewall controversy surrounding evaporating black holes, and shows that in the best understood example concerning electrically charged black holes with a flat event horizon in antide Sitter (AdS) spacetime, the firewall does not arise. The firewall, which surrounds a sufficiently old black hole, threatens to develop into a huge crisis since it could occur even when spacetime curvature is small, which contradicts general relativity.Â However, the end state for asymptotically flat black holes is illunderstood since their curvature becomes unbounded. This issue isÂ avoidedÂ by working with flat charged black holes in AdS. The presence of electrical charge is crucial since black holes inevitably pick up charges throughout their long lifetime. These black holes always evolve toward extremal limit, and are then destroyed by quantum gravitational effects. This happens sooner than the time required to decode Hawking radiation so that the firewall never sets in, as conjectured by Harlow and Hayden.Â Motivated by the information loss paradox,Â the author also investigates the possibility that âmonsterâ configurations might exist, with an arbitrarily large interior bounded by a finite surface area. Investigating such an object in AdS shows that in the best understood case, such an object  much like a firewall  cannot exist
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 eng
 Edition
 1st ed. 2016.
 Extent
 XXII, 222 p. 48 illus., 6 illus. in color.
 Contents

 A Century of Black Hole Physics
 The Mathematical Discovery of Black Holes
 The Thermodynamics of Black Holes
 Positive Mass Theorem, Stability & Phase Transition
 Defining Mass in General Relativity
 Positive Mass and Stability
 The Euclidean Action
 Hiscock and Weems Analysis of Charged Black Holes
 ReissnerNordstrÃ¶m Black Hole Revisited
 The Hiscock and Weems Model
 Why Hawking Radiation Cannot Be Decoded
 Information Decoding vs. the Lifetimes of Charged Black Holes
 Evaporating Charged AdS Black Holes
 Do HyperEntropic Objects Exist in Quantum Gravity?
 A Monster is Born
 Monsters in String Theory
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 9783662482704
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 Evolution of Black Holes in Antide Sitter Spacetime and the Firewall Controversy
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 Evolution of Black Holes in Antide Sitter Spacetime and the Firewall Controversy
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 by Yen Chin Ong
 Language
 eng
 Summary
 This thesis focuses on the recent firewall controversy surrounding evaporating black holes, and shows that in the best understood example concerning electrically charged black holes with a flat event horizon in antide Sitter (AdS) spacetime, the firewall does not arise. The firewall, which surrounds a sufficiently old black hole, threatens to develop into a huge crisis since it could occur even when spacetime curvature is small, which contradicts general relativity.Â However, the end state for asymptotically flat black holes is illunderstood since their curvature becomes unbounded. This issue isÂ avoidedÂ by working with flat charged black holes in AdS. The presence of electrical charge is crucial since black holes inevitably pick up charges throughout their long lifetime. These black holes always evolve toward extremal limit, and are then destroyed by quantum gravitational effects. This happens sooner than the time required to decode Hawking radiation so that the firewall never sets in, as conjectured by Harlow and Hayden.Â Motivated by the information loss paradox,Â the author also investigates the possibility that âmonsterâ configurations might exist, with an arbitrarily large interior bounded by a finite surface area. Investigating such an object in AdS shows that in the best understood case, such an object  much like a firewall  cannot exist
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 A Century of Black Hole Physics  The Mathematical Discovery of Black Holes  The Thermodynamics of Black Holes  Positive Mass Theorem, Stability & Phase Transition  Defining Mass in General Relativity  Positive Mass and Stability  The Euclidean Action  Hiscock and Weems Analysis of Charged Black Holes  ReissnerNordstrÃ¶m Black Hole Revisited  The Hiscock and Weems Model  Why Hawking Radiation Cannot Be Decoded  Information Decoding vs. the Lifetimes of Charged Black Holes  Evaporating Charged AdS Black Holes  Do HyperEntropic Objects Exist in Quantum Gravity?  A Monster is Born  Monsters in String Theory
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 1st ed. 2016.
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 XXII, 222 p. 48 illus., 6 illus. in color.
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 A Century of Black Hole Physics  The Mathematical Discovery of Black Holes  The Thermodynamics of Black Holes  Positive Mass Theorem, Stability & Phase Transition  Defining Mass in General Relativity  Positive Mass and Stability  The Euclidean Action  Hiscock and Weems Analysis of Charged Black Holes  ReissnerNordstrÃ¶m Black Hole Revisited  The Hiscock and Weems Model  Why Hawking Radiation Cannot Be Decoded  Information Decoding vs. the Lifetimes of Charged Black Holes  Evaporating Charged AdS Black Holes  Do HyperEntropic Objects Exist in Quantum Gravity?  A Monster is Born  Monsters in String Theory
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 unknown
 Edition
 1st ed. 2016.
 Extent
 XXII, 222 p. 48 illus., 6 illus. in color.
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 multiple file formats
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 electronic
 Isbn
 9783662482704
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 uncompressed
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 computer
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 rdamedia
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 10.1007/9783662482704
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 online resource.
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 (DEHe213)9783662482704
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