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Black Hole Communication

  1. Aug 6, 2004 #1
    From my desktop it seems that a BH is the coldest integral body in the universe, and its BEC-like existance demands it maintain a temperature of somewhere around one-millionth K, depending on its size.

    Encircling the BH, there is often an accretion disk of extreme, increasing thermal energy, but the material/mass being acquired by the BH must be cool enough, so that its low internal temperature can be maintained.

    Is there an E-M-thermal "exchange of information" that only allows cool materials IN and expells the hotest materials away in high speed plasma jets?
     
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