By Leonard Susskind
Over the past decade the physics of black holes has been revolutionized via advancements that grew out of Jacob Bekenstein s attention that black holes have entropy. Stephen Hawking raised profound concerns about the lack of details in black gap evaporation and the consistency of quantum mechanics in an international with gravity. for 2 many years those questions wondered theoretical physicists and at last resulted in a revolution within the approach we predict approximately house, time, subject and knowledge. This revolution has culminated in a striking precept known as The Holographic precept , that's now a huge concentration of consciousness in gravitational study, quantum box thought and hassle-free particle physics. Leonard Susskind, one of many co-inventors of the Holographic precept in addition to one of many founders of String conception, develops and explains those options.
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Quantum mechanically, physical Fidos must be replaced by a more abstract concept called gauge fixing. The concept of gauge ﬁxing in gravitation theory implies a mathematical restriction on the choice of coordinates. However all real observables are required to be gauge invariant. Now let us consider a classical particle falling radially into a black hole. There are two viewpoints we can adopt toward the description of the particle’s motion. The ﬁrst is the viewpoint of the Fidos who are permanently stationed outside the black hole.
The proper temperature T (ρ) can also be expressed in terms of the proper acceleration of the Fido which is equal to ρ1 . 35) The reader may wonder about the origin of the thermal ﬂuctuations felt by the Fidos, since the system under investigation is the Minkowski space vacuum. The thermal ﬂuctuations are nothing but the conventional virtual vacuum ﬂuctuations, but now being experienced by accelerated apparatuses. It is helpful in visualizing these eﬀects to describe virtual vacuum ﬂuctuations as short lived particle pairs.
1 the relation between neighboring equal Rindler-time surfaces is shown. 4) Thus, to push the ω-surface ahead requires a ρ-dependent time translation. This is the reason that T 00 is weighted with the factor ρ. The Rindler Hamiltonian is similar to the generator of Lorentz boosts from the viewpoint of the Minkowski observer. However it only involves the degrees of freedom in Region I. 2 Entanglement Quantum ﬁelds can also be described in a self-contained fashion in Rindler space, but a new twist is encountered.
An introduction to black holes, information and the string theory revolution : the holographic universe by Leonard Susskind