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Nuno_S_Oliveira

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- I need urgent help on a documentary I'm working on regarding black holes.

Hi,

I'm a Portuguese translator working on a documentary about black holes and there is a specific bit of dialogue between Stephen Hawking and his colleagues that I'm having a hard time translating. Basically, Hawking says: "So, it could be the F plus minus

term takes this away." Is this the correct way to write "plus minus term"? I'm not sure, since I'm not a physicist XD. And what does it actually mean.

Btw, this is regarding a study he was conducting on black holes retaining information.

Thank you.

I'm a Portuguese translator working on a documentary about black holes and there is a specific bit of dialogue between Stephen Hawking and his colleagues that I'm having a hard time translating. Basically, Hawking says: "So, it could be the F plus minus

term takes this away." Is this the correct way to write "plus minus term"? I'm not sure, since I'm not a physicist XD. And what does it actually mean.

Btw, this is regarding a study he was conducting on black holes retaining information.

Thank you.