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nomadreid

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(1) The entropy of a black hole is proportional to the logarithm of the number of possible states of that object to give the same event horizon.

(2) The only parameter for a S. black hole is its mass, since its electric charge and angular momentum are, by definition, absent.

(3) The entropy of a S. black hole is huge, and definitely non-zero.

So, there are different states for the black hole, but how is that possible, when the entropy is clearly defined by the unique parameter, its mass? I'm missing something elementary here..........