I have heard that, given the energy of a quantum of Hawking radiation, we can extrapolate backward in time to its 'creation' near the event horizon. When we do this we find that, because of time dilation and conservation of energy, the wavelength of the emitted particle becomes smaller than the planck length. Could we then say that at some point before reaching the event horizon the wavelength of any of infalling particle will become smaller than its Schwarzchild radius? Do infalling particles become black holes themselves?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Trans-planckian problem for Black holes

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