Twisted Soft Photon Hair Implants on Black Holes
AbstractBackground: The Hawking–Perry–Strominger (HPS) work states a new controversial idea about the black hole (BH) information paradox , where BHs maximally entropize and encode information in their event horizon area , with no “hair” thought to reveal information outside but angular momentum, mass, and electric charge only in a unique quantum gravity (QG) vacuum state. New conservation laws of gravitation and electromagnetism , appear to generate different QG vacua, preserving more information in soft photon/graviton hair implants. We find that BH photon hair implants can encode orbital angular momentum (OAM) and vorticity of the electromagnetic (EM) field. Methods: Numerical simulations are used to plot an EM field with OAM emitted by a set of dipolar currents together with the soft photon field they induce. The analytical results confirm that the soft photon hair implant carries OAM and vorticity. Results: a set of charges and currents generating real EM fields with precise values of OAM induce a “curly”, twisted, soft-hair implant on the BH with vorticity and OAM increased by one unit with respect to the initial real field. Conclusions: Soft photon implants can be spatially shaped ad hoc, encoding structured and densely organized information on the event horizon. View Full-Text
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Tamburini, F.; Laurentis, M.D.; Licata, I.; Thidé, B. Twisted Soft Photon Hair Implants on Black Holes. Entropy 2017, 19, 458.
Tamburini F, Laurentis MD, Licata I, Thidé B. Twisted Soft Photon Hair Implants on Black Holes. Entropy. 2017; 19(9):458.Chicago/Turabian Style
Tamburini, Fabrizio; Laurentis, Mariafelicia D.; Licata, Ignazio; Thidé, Bo. 2017. "Twisted Soft Photon Hair Implants on Black Holes." Entropy 19, no. 9: 458.
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