OALibJ  Vol.2 No.12 , December 2015
Why and How Do Black Holes Radiate?
Author(s) Risto Raitio
Affiliation(s)
02230Espoo, Finland.
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.

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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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