Quantum Hair on Colliding Black Holes

@article{Crowell2020QuantumHO,
  title={Quantum Hair on Colliding Black Holes},
  author={Lawrence Barr Crowell and Christian Corda},
  journal={Entropy},
  year={2020},
  volume={22}
}
Black hole (BH) collisions produce gravitational radiation which is generally thought, in a quantum limit, to be gravitons. The stretched horizon of a black hole contains quantum information, or a form of quantum hair, which is a coalescence of black holes participating in the generation of gravitons. This may be facilitated with a Bohr-like approach to black hole (BH) quantum physics with quasi-normal mode (QNM) approach to BH quantum mechanics. Quantum gravity and quantum hair on event… 

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