So I realize that I'm probably wrong about this, but it seems to me that Hawking radiation cannot be emitted only at the event horizon. If we make the (albeit almost certainly wrong) assumption that the quantity of emitted particles is directly proportional to the potential for gravitational tidal forces between two particles, we find that the radiation emitted becomes constant and independent of the radius, which is not the case.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

So here is my question: how can things like time dilation differences between the virtual particles, probabilities of the relative velocities of the particles, etc. be accounted for when calculating the amount of particle splits, and also do these splits occur in just a set region around the black hole, or are they just most probably very close to the black hole?

(sorry for any breaking of etiquette/bad english/bad physics, this is my first post and I'm not exactly very knowledgeable about physics or anything else)

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