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Dark Energy Stars
“Event horizons and closed time-like curves cannot exist in the real world for the simple reason that they are inconsistent with quantum mechanics. Following ideas originated by Robert Laughlin, Pawel Mazur, Emil Mottola, David Santiago, and the speaker it is now possible to describe in some detail what happens physically when one approaches and crosses a region of space-time where classical general relativity predicts there should be an infinite red shift surface. This quantum critical physics provides a new perspective on a variety of enigmatic astrophysical phenomena including supernovae explosions, gamma ray bursts, positron emission, and dark matter.,”
georgechapline  relativity  singularity  star  theoreticalphysics  quantummechanics  astrophysics  boseeinsteincondensate  blackholes  darkenergy  arxiv 
october 2018 by danhon

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