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Bubble Bag End: A Bubbly Resolution of Curvature Singularity

@inproceedings{Bah2021BubbleBE,
  title={Bubble Bag End: A Bubbly Resolution of Curvature Singularity},
  author={Ibrahima Bah and Pierre Heidmann},
  year={2021}
}
We construct a family of smooth charged bubbling solitons in M4×T2, fourdimensional Minkowski with a two-torus. The solitons are characterized by a degeneration pattern of the torus along a line in M4 defining a chain of topological cycles. They live in the same parameter regime as non-BPS non-extremal four-dimensional black holes, and are ultra-compact with sizes ranging from miscroscopic to macroscopic scales. The sixdimensional framework can be embedded in type IIB supergravity where the… Expand
Smooth Bubbling Geometries Without Supersymmetry
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