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A Role for the Fauxrizon in the Semiclassical Limit of a Fuzzball

@inproceedings{Schneider2022ARF,
  title={A Role for the Fauxrizon in the Semiclassical Limit of a Fuzzball},
  author={Mike D. Schneider},
  year={2022}
}
Recent work on the status of astrophysical modeling in the wake of quantum gravity indicates that a ‘fauxrizon’ (portmanteau of ‘faux hori-zon’), such as is relevant to understanding astrophysical black holes according to the fuzzball proposal within string theory, might ultimately solve the familiar black hole evaporation paradox. I clarify, with general upshots for the foundations of quantum gravity research, some of what this suggestion would amount to: identification of intertheoretic… 

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