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Hawking Evaporation is Inconsistent with a Classical Event Horizon at $r=2M$

  title={Hawking Evaporation is Inconsistent with a Classical Event Horizon at \$r=2M\$},
  author={Borun D. Chowdhury and L. M. K. H. University and A. N. University},
  journal={arXiv: General Relativity and Quantum Cosmology},
A simple classical consideration of black hole formation and evaporation times focusing solely on the frame of an observer at infinity demonstrates that an infall cutoff outside the event horizon of a black hole must be imposed in order for the formation time of a black hole event horizon to not exceed its evaporation time. We explore this paradox quantitatively and examine possible cutoff scales and their relation to the Planck scale. Our analysis suggests several different possibilities, none… Expand

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