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I'm interested in how to annihilate black holes (they are like blenders separating all the things apart and agglomerate like "tumors/cancers" in the universe). However, I'm new to this field and need some clarifications on some of the basic concepts like "annihilation" and "negative energy".

The first assumption is that black holes have three main characteristics: 1) mass/energy, 2) the angular momentum, 3) electric charge.

The second assumption is that Hawking Radiation (Black Hole Evaporation) exists that virtual particles are separated to real particle-antiparticle pairs at the event horizon (or wall of a black hole), then the antiparticle is trapped (which causes the mass of the BH to increase) and the particle is ejected (which causes the Hawking Radiation) - so the BH continues to use antiparticle to annihilate particles or matters outside itself. The annihilation leads to massive energy which in turn increases the angular momentum of the BH, which increases the gravitational well of the BH (electrical antimatter is its medium) and further increases the area of the event horizon and accelerates the annihilation speed. The worst scenario is that a BH will grow ever bigger.

Does anyone know any observation studies published showing that any BH is shrinking?

I assume that If the BH is small enough, the antiparticles will be used out - since there are plenty of matter outside with the opposite angular momentum and the opposite electrical charge and the speed of its annihilation rate is less than the speed of matter it encounters and traps. If the BH is large, the annihilation rate by the BH will be greater than the speed of the matters it encounters and traps while the separation of virtual particles still going on. So the BH would be a black sphere filled with antiparticles/antimatter, located at the center of the event horizon.

I also want to conjecture an optimal method to counteract the growing of a BH by sending a very strong beam of matter charged with the opposite electricity and with the opposite angular momentum to the center of the BH. I want to know what you fellows think about this - is this contradictory to any existing physics law?

I am also confused about the concept of "annihilation". Does it mean particle and antiparticle meet and transform into pure energy, or they meet and transform into energy and other particles? And what does "negative energy" mean?

Thank you!

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