Lifetime of solar mass black hole if new high temperature Hawking horizon thickness radiation exists
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Life time of a solar mass black hole if the new higher temperature quantum thickness Hawking radiation really exists
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(A^1/2/L)^1/2 ~ 10^8
so for photons 10^24 times faster - that's still 10^-24x 10^67 = 10^43 years if the horizon is h/mc = 10^-11 cm thick
for gravity waves
(10^19)^3 = 10^57 times faster
lifetime is 10^67 years - so that's only 10^10 years = life time of universe
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Published on Wednesday, 21 August 2013 01:09