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No two electrons can occupy the same state. Therefore your two cows *AHEM* electrons don't exist.

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[tex]

\Psi_{\rm tot}(r_1,r_2)=\frac{1}{\sqrt{2}}\left(\phi(r1)\chi(r2)-\chi(r1)\phi(r2)\right)\;.

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so now, you tell me... what happens if the electrons are in the same state (i.e., if [itex]\phi=\chi[/itex])

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AFAIK there is no violation of PEP, let alone conservation of energy. The universe outside of the event horizon gains energy and the black hole loses it. Net gain/loss to the universe 0.

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