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Paradox of Hawking Theory

Mr Huzt ID
Year: 2012 Pages: 8
It is known that the Hawking-Bekenstein theory about black holes contains two basic equations. One of the equations is that of Bekenstein (1972) which correlates the surface of the horizon of a black hole to the mass of a black hole. Specifically, the surface is proportional to the square of the mass. The other equation is Hawking's (1971) which connects the temperature of the horizon of a black hole with the mass. Temperature is inversely proportional to mass. These theories correlate fundamental theories of physics: the general relativity theory (not completely proven, due to our ignorance about gravity), quantum, thermodynamic and mechanical theory.

The paradox lies in the fact that no astronomical body gave the Hawking radiation or else the temperature which is monstrously small, weaker than the temperature of the universe, as Susskind protests in his recent book (2011).


note : A good solution to prove the Hawking 's theory is it if existe a core of Sgr A* with mass ~10^40.kg , 1/100 of Sgr A* mass .So Hawking 's radiation arises 6 Amstrong which we observe .