By Leonard Susskind
Over the past decade the physics of black holes has been revolutionized by way of advancements that grew out of Jacob Bekenstein's cognizance that black holes have entropy. Steven Hawking raised profound concerns in regards to the lack of info in black gap evaporation and the consistency of quantum mechanics in an international with gravity. for 2 a long time those questions wondered theoretical physicists and at last resulted in a revolution within the means we predict approximately area, time, subject and data. This revolution has culminated in a notable precept referred to as ''The Holographic Principle'', that is now an important concentration of realization in gravitational learn, quantum box idea and user-friendly particle physics. Leonard Susskind, one of many co-inventors of the Holographic precept in addition to one of many founders of String concept, develops and explains those options
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In fact, a careful computation of the expectation value of T µν in this state reveals a singular behavior at the horizon. Certainly this is not a good candidate to represent the original Minkowski vacuum. A black hole, on the other hand, is not a translationally invariant system. One might therefore suppose that the evolution of the horizon might lead to the Fock space vacuum with no quanta rather than the thermal state. This however would clearly violate the fourth guiding principle stated in the introduction: To a freely falling observer, the horizon of a black hole should in no way appear special.
Any particle that starts with vanishing radial velocity in the region r < 3M G will spiral into the horizon. In the region of large negative r∗ where we approach the horizon, the potential is unimportant, and the ﬁeld behaves like a free massless Klein– Gordon ﬁeld. 11) ±t) Let us consider a ﬁeld quantum of frequency ν and angular momentum propagating from large negative r∗ toward the barrier at r ≈ 3M G. Will it pass over the barrier? 9 has the form of a Schrodinger equation for a particle of energy ν 2 in a potential V .
That ﬂuctuation can be thought of as a conventional ﬂuctuation described by the quantum Hamiltonian HR . The ﬂuctuation (b) contained in Region III has no signiﬁcance to the Fidos in Region I. Finally there are loops like (c) which are partly in Region I but which also enter into Region III. These are the ﬂuctuations which lead to nontrivial entanglements between the degrees of freedom χL and χR , and which cause the density matrix of Region I to be a mixed state. Quantum Fields in Rindler Space 41 8 ω= (a) (c) (b) 8 ω=− Fig.