Yea, so I was thinking...the no hair theorem says that you can only know 3 things about the matter inside black holes - mass, angular momentum, and charge right? But what if I create a pair of entangled particles, and throw one of them into a black hole...will I then know information about that particle once I observe the entangled pair?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Does this violate the no hair theorem? I'm guessing not, but I'd like an explanation why not (in theory please, not practicality arguments). Thank you. :)

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# Can quantum entanglement violate the no hair theorem?

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