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BMS Goldstone modes near the horizon of a Kerr black hole are thermal

@inproceedings{Maitra2021BMSGM,
  title={BMS Goldstone modes near the horizon of a Kerr black hole are thermal},
  author={Mousumi Maitra and Debaprasad Maity and Bibhas Ranjan Majhi},
  year={2021}
}
Near horizon Bondi-Metzner-Sachs (BMS) like symmetry is spontaneously broken by the black hole background itself and hence gives rise to Goldstone mode. The associated Goldstone mode for the near horizon BMS like symmetry of a Schwarzschild black hole was found to behave like inverted harmonic oscillators, which has been further shown to lead to thermodynamic temperature in the semi-classical regime. Here we investigate the generalization of this previous findings for the Kerr black hole. The… Expand

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