OALibJ  Vol.2 No.12 , December 2015
Why and How Do Black Holes Radiate?
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Abstract: The phenomenological model proposed in this note indicates that the black hole radiation consists of two components: the standard thermal Hawking radiation and an additional non-thermal baryonic/leptonic component due to quantum number neutralization by the no-hair theorem. The particle radiation grows relatively stronger than the Hawking radiation with increasing black hole mass, and it can be tested in principle.
Cite this paper: Raitio, R. (2015) Why and How Do Black Holes Radiate?. Open Access Library Journal, 2, 1-4. doi: 10.4236/oalib.1102254.

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