Not Yet for Us: the Nascent Black Hole

17 Nov 2017 Hill Martin

In the second half of the last century the "frozen star" or "collapsed star" models of black hole formation were largely abandoned. The result is that later models appear to either assume that black hole event horizons already exist (such as in Hawking's 1975 paper on radiation from black holes), bypass the relative frames altogether (such as in Mirabel's 2017 paper on the formation of stellar black holes), or use coordinate systems that essentially ignore the remote viewer's point of view (Kruskal 1960)... (read more)

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