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Blackhole/Emitter = Of Dark Energy?

  1. Aug 12, 2004 #1
    Interesting number of papers recently have been dealing with the Entropy of Blackholes, a recent paper deals with counting the Blackhole States:http://arxiv.org/PS_cache/gr-qc/pdf/0408/0408033.pdf [Broken]

    There are a number of interesting points the author makes, clearly a Blackhole of a certain state will forever remain so, even taking in information, it makes the Blackhole initial state the 'absolute dimensional reference point'.

    Now it begs one to ask if a Blackhole takes in 'external' information(infalling), if this infalling information alters, or maybe if the Blackhole re-configers this input?, and then returns it via Hawking radiation(output) in a specific mode, of specific volume?
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