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- Can Hawking radiation be emitted inside Event Horizon and prevent point-singularity?

It is known theoretical prediction that Black Holes must emit radiation "... its temperature and surface gravity are proportional to its mass divided by its area" (Kip Thorne). This is applied to Event Horizon (rg).

But one can imagine inner Black Hole (e.g. inside r' < rg), it does not have Event Horizon in common sense (e.g. radiation created at r' must inevitably fall back) but still can? emit Hawking radiation. As r'->0 this radiation must have Temperature -> infinity (see above), therefore making superhot and finite (not point) singularity.

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But one can imagine inner Black Hole (e.g. inside r' < rg), it does not have Event Horizon in common sense (e.g. radiation created at r' must inevitably fall back) but still can? emit Hawking radiation. As r'->0 this radiation must have Temperature -> infinity (see above), therefore making superhot and finite (not point) singularity.

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