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Quantum fluxes at the inner horizon of a spinning black hole

  title={Quantum fluxes at the inner horizon of a spinning black hole},
  author={Noam Zilberman and Marc Casals and Amos Ori and A. Ottewill},
Rotating or charged classical black holes in isolation possess a special surface in their interior, the Cauchy horizon , beyond which the evolution of spacetime (based on the equations of General Relativity) ceases to be deterministic. In this work, we study the effect of a quantum massless scalar field on the Cauchy horizon inside a rotating (Kerr) black hole that is evaporating via the emission of Hawking radiation (corresponding to the field being in the Unruh state). We calculate the flux… 

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