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  1. #1 May some Quarks be origined by a Black Hole explosion? 
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    Do the black Holes exploit in some circunstances?...And if yes, then they origen a quark?


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    According to the theory that predicts the existence of black holes, they can never explode. But there is a theory that they might slowly evaporate, giving off Hawking radiation, which would be electromagnetic (i.e. photons)


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    Quote Originally Posted by SpeedFreek View Post
    According to the theory that predicts the existence of black holes, they can never explode. But there is a theory that they might slowly evaporate, giving off Hawking radiation, which would be electromagnetic (i.e. photons)
    OK thanks..then the Black Holes only absorb matter...and radiation...and the unique way out is the Hawking radiation...so they always make bigger themselves...(?)
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    Yes, in general they always increase in mass, unless there is no matter or radiation for them to absorb. There is a hypothesis that in the far distant future there will only be black holes left in the universe, very far apart due to the expansion of the universe, and they might eventually evaporate completely.
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    Yeah,black holes evaporate...but the question is what happens to the information stored in them...thermodynamics do not support the destruction of information.
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    You mean it is like the start that looses it's life, I'm mean it slowly looses it's energy?
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    Quote Originally Posted by raphaelemch View Post
    You mean it is like the start that looses it's life, I'm mean it slowly looses it's energy?
    either slow or fast.what happens to the information?
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    What do you mean thermodynamics doesn't support the destruction of information? Try writing a message on a piece of paper and then burning it!

    With black holes, the mass/energy is thought to be eventually returned to the universe in the form of Hawking radiation, but the information is gone.
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    You suppose that the information is lost as another form of energy...okay i get YOU
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    That would be hawking radiation. Black hole's radiate. In the end it could be seen as an explosion. However such an explosion can only occur if the theory of a singularity is in fact correct.
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