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Question: How does string theory explain black hole evaporation and exclude the idea of information loss?
black, evaporation, hole, space, string, theory
Asked by ronald01 to Jack, Akram, David, Gill, laurenceharwood on 9 Mar 2012. This question was also asked by amthystxgen4.
answered on 9 Mar 2012:
Haha… I’m afraid I have barely any idea about string theory. You don’t really learn about it unless you specialise in it after university. I’d probably have to read a whole book before I could answer that question. Sorry I can’t be more help! 🙂
answered on 20 Mar 2012:
I’m with Jack on this one – you win!! Don’t know either, sorry!! 😀
answered on 21 Mar 2012:
Sorry – I missed this one so this is a late answer. I had hoped that Jack would make a stab and therefore found this link to “string theory for dummies”
I have to admit, I have listened to it and I am still none the wiser. I clearly don’t even qualify as a “dummy” in this case!!!! 🙂
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