Constraints on black hole remnants.

@article{Giddings1994ConstraintsOB,
  title={Constraints on black hole remnants.},
  author={Giddings},
  journal={Physical review. D, Particles and fields},
  year={1994},
  volume={49 2},
  pages={
          947-957
        }
}
  • Giddings
  • Published 7 April 1993
  • Physics
  • Physical review. D, Particles and fields
One possible fate of information lost to black holes is its preservation in black hole remnants. It is argued that a type of effective field theory describes such remnants (generically referred to as informons). The general structure of such a theory is investigated and the infinite pair production problem is revisited. A toy model for remnants clarifies some of the basic issues; in particular, infinite remnant production is not suppressed simply by the large internal volumes as proposed in… 

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