Hawking Radiation and the Black Hole Information Loss Paradox

  • Unless you have been hiding under a Black Hole, you have likely heard of Stephen Hawking. He was a decidedly smart guy, by all accounts. He penned many physics factoids that are still bending brains well beyond his lifetime.

One of those things is Hawking Radiation. Hawking postulated that Black Holes swirl around really fast and emit tiny bits of fluff, and, if left unattended too long, they eventually evaporate.

Spoiler alert: Black Holes do actually exhibit evaporation. Hawking Radiation is the real deal, but the notion that all Black Holes evaporate to nothingness is, well, a special kind of crazy.

Enter The Information Loss Paradox;

When it comes to determining how Black Holes formed, we apparently can’t. Essentially, no matter how they formed, they all look the same.  In that way, Information about what caused them to form is lost, or words to that effect. That notion was coined as “Information Loss” and the physics World subsequently lost their collective minds.

It is a Paradox, of sorts.

Really?

Apparently Hawking and a couple of other really smart people, over a decade or so, calculated that when stuff falls into a Black Hole, a “soft hair” pattern forms on the surface of the Black Hole that preserves the “Information” of whatever fell inside.

Actually, “soft hair” isn’t really hair at all,  is a metaphor that is supposed to describe ANYTHING that can provide a clue as to what’s actually inside the Black Hole that might give a clue as to the Black Hole’s origin.

For me, the Paradox to ponder is why smart people actually put effort into pondering that stuff.

A simple fact check reveals that:

A. They don’t have a clue what causes gravity

B. They don’t have a clue what causes energy

C. They don’t have a clue what causes magnetism

D. They don’t have a clue what the most basic properties of matter are

E. They can’t find 95% of all the stuff in the Universe

To summarize the above, the biggest brains of our time can’t find their collective asses with both hands, so why would it matter if they can’t distinguish between the origins of Black Holes, which by the way, they can’t see at all.

The Information Loss Paradox, and the decades-long mathematic attempts to reconstruct “soft hair” are the most massively self-licking ice cream cone theories in the Universe. The absurdity of their solution is tragically colossal as well as tragically amusing.

Take a deep breath.

Hats off to Stephen Hawking, and his band of smarties, for pushing the physics Puck down the ice, but the PUCK STOPS HERE:

Black Holes are actually not black at all, instead they are among the brightest objects in the observable universe.

They are all filled with the same stuff, and all formed in the same way. In all respects they are functionally but not physically identical.

Oh, and the reason they are not black, is that while sucking huge amounts of relatively heavy stuff in, they simultaneously spew bits of lighter stuff out. That stuff is a combination of Higgs Chains and stray bits of raw Dimension.

It’s REALLY SIMPLE stuff. No craziness like “soft hair’ required.

A very small fraction of Higgs Chains are visible in the wavelengths we are capable of detecting. They usually simply pass by, or through us, as waves, like almost everything else we can’t see, but can sometimes sense.

The Observable Universe is a misnomer. It’s virtually invisible to our five senses. We see almost none of it, which is why we have to invent legends like Dark Matter and Dark Energy, and Fuzzy Hair on Black Holes.

If we COULD see all of it, there would not be things like night and day. There would only be days lit up by fractal plasma manifolds like Black Holes, and whatever Really Black Holes are at their centers. Daylight Savings time would be an infinite construct. Ugh.

Black Holes are decidedly cool though. They are predictable artifacts of Binary Dimension Theory, in the same way that Periodic Table Elements are predictable. Like Periodic Table Elements and Black Holes, other quantized constructs are predictable and unavoidable because they are part of the same fractal manifold structure which self-repeats as it scales.

So what happens to Black Holes? That’s like asking what happens to a whirlpool in a babbling brook. The answer is, that Black Holes and Babbling Brook Whirlpools are scaled fractals of each other. They can exist, only in a particular Dimensional Density.

When the Dimensional Density varies, the observed object appears or disappears.

Fractals, nested inside fractals, nested inside fractals.

As long as there is air there will be cyclonic storms.

As long as there is flowing water, there will be whirlpools.

As long as there is Dimension, there will be Black Holes.

It’s all the same.

Easy swim eh?