According to the holographic principle, It is proposed that the entire information that is kept in a 3D volume of the black hole can be represented in a 2D surface of its horizon. What if we have a drunk falling into a black hole and moves in a random walk in his inertial frame. According to the math of the random walking, the probability that the drunk goes back to the origin from where he starts his motion is 1 in 2D but only 0.34 in 3D when time goes too large. So given the holographic principle of the black hole, where does the difference in information that is resulted from the difference in probabilities of return to the origin go?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# A drunk falling into a black hole

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