Internal geometry of an evaporating black hole.

@article{Parentani1994InternalGO,
  title={Internal geometry of an evaporating black hole.},
  author={Parentani and Piran},
  journal={Physical review letters},
  year={1994},
  volume={73 21},
  pages={
          2805-2808
        }
}
We present a semi-classical model for the formation and evaporation of a four dimensional black hole. We solve the equations numerically and obtain solutions describing the entire the space-time geometry from the collapse to the end of the evaporation. The solutions satisfy the evaporation law: $\dot M \propto -M^{-2}$ which confirms dynamically that black holes do evaporate thermally. We find that the evaporation process is in fact the shrinking of a throat that connects a macroscopic interior… CONTINUE READING

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