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nhmllr
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So from what I understand when the particle anti-particle pairs that are constantly being created and annihilated come into existence near a black hole's horizon, the nearer one can get sucked in while the further one can radiate off as though it were heat. And this radiation of energy decreases that black holes mass over time, because of E = mc^{2}
But what about the other particle that went into the singularity. Shouldn't the mass increase?
Thanks.
But what about the other particle that went into the singularity. Shouldn't the mass increase?
Thanks.