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Breakdown of predictability in gravitational collapse

S. W. Hawking* Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, England and California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, California 91125 Received 25 August 1975; published in the issue dated 15 November 1976 The principle of equivalence, whic...Tags: density matrix, wavefunction, s-matrix, superscattering operator, black hole, quantum-mechanical evaporation, information paradox, quantum mechanics, hawking

The Metaphysical plane or what maths is about - Ramanujan and the unobservable universe.

..... In 2016 CERN's LHC Could Unveil Unknown Dimensions of the Universe Yes, but what is a dimension? I think that Ramanujan has given an answer to this - a dimension is like a fractal geometric density "matrix" - Gauge Theory assumes: if the wavefunction is changed by a (global) ph.........

Michael Balmer's notes: Nuclear Configuration and the nuclear shell model

Author: Michael Balmer, MontclairThis is a long and difficult subject to discuss, this reason is in the details that must be put forth to ensure a reasonable amount of understanding to those not familiar with the nuclear structure of atoms,most everyone knows what the principles of the nucl.........

How you surely can't recover information from a black hole by Lubos Motl (reprint)

by Lubos Motl (reprint)Lots of papers that make it to the arXiv these days (but maybe a minority) are completely wrong. Some of the most crazily wrong papers that make it through the arXiv filters are those that are soon hyped by the blogs and the media. That's also the case of the preprintHow to...Tags: lubos motl, sean carrol, qubit, black hole, hawking radiation, recover qubit, hawking evaporation, Clebsch-Gordan coefficients, page time, wigner-eckart theorem, measurement, classic physics, superposition of tensor products, wavefunction

Tags: dirac equation, dirac second order operator, wavefunction, imaginary negative mass