Leonard Susskind talks about Black hole Quantum Complexity in one of his online lectures. I was wondering what you guys on the forums think about this, and what you guys think it means.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Here's a link to the video

He points out that the complexity increases linearly with time, and at the point of maximum complexity it cuts off and the singularity stops growing (in complexity). I'm interested in what the implications could be for this abrupt stop in complexity, and what is actually physically happening.

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# Black Hole Quantum Complexity

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