Does Quantum Hair Answer Stephen Hawking’s Paradox?


The fact that we are aware of the idea of quantum hair makes it possible for everyone to know what is going on in the black hole without nullifying the principles of the theories. Scientists claim they have successfully solved the greatest scientific paradoxes that Stephen Hawking had first identified. 

According to the British astrophysicist, physicist, and cosmologist, the behavior of the black hole was highlighted by Stephen Hawking. He said that the black holes behave in a manner that has confronted two fundamental theories. 

Before we proceed more about the paradoxes and quantum, Black holes are areas in space where the gravitational pull is so severe that there is nothing that can escape it. However, as per new research, the paradoxes have been solved. 

The issue is fixed

Although the paradoxes have been solved, a problem is at the center of all. As per Einstein’s general theory of relativity, whatever information gets into a black hole cannot come out. But quantum mechanics believe that it is not possible. 

As reiterated by Calmet and his team, it is revealed that the constituents of the stars usually leave an impression on the gravitational field of the black hole. And this very impression or imprint is referred to as the quantum hair by the scientists as their theory supersedes a previous idea known as the “hairless theorem,” which John Archibald Wheeler had developed in the 1960s. 

The findings are revolutionary.

The “yes hair theorem,” published by Calmet in Physical Review Letters, a journal, is a revolutionary finding. It also claims that it has resolved the paradoxes of Stephen Hawking by filling in the gap between quantum mechanics and relativity theory. 

The paradox has raised the probability that general relativity or quantum mechanics might be flawed. 

As such, the idea of quantum hair has made it possible for the information about what goes into the black hole to get back again to be believed in without having violated the existing theories. 

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