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Quantum Black Holes: A Critical Analysis
by Y. Leblanc (eFieldTheory.COM)

Paperback: 256 pages
Publisher: CreateSpace (April 15, 2010)
ISBN-10: 1450542980
ISBN-13: 978-1450542982
List Price: $39.95 (USD)

This book presents an in-depth critical analysis of Bekenstein-Hawking Black Hole Thermodynamics. It also reviews the work of the Belinski group showing the non-existence of the Unruh and Hawking effects. These analyses lead to the collapse of Hawking's theory of black holes as thermal objects, leading to the breakdown of both the Area law and the Holographic principle. Quantum black holes are instead identified as pure state resonances (Gamow states) at the Planck scale.

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No Stringy/Brany Behavior (zero entropy) in Yilmaz Exponential Metric Theory
1 April 2018

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Author: Y. Leblanc (eFieldTheory.COM)


The Yilmaz theory, an exponential metric theory of gravity, has provided very good agreement with astrophysical data wrt redshift-luminosity distance relationships. A trivial calculation of the Euclidean action for the semiclassical vacuum decay of this theory finds no extended nature (stringy/brany) behavior (zero Hawking entropy) at high gravitational mass. This is due to the fact that no horizon metric structure can develop in this theory, which structurally obeys the Strong Principle of Equivalence (SPOE) and accomodates the existence of eternally collapsing objects (ECOs/MECOs). This may hint on a local theory of Quantum Gravity instead of p-branes.

Copyright © 2018 Yvan Leblanc. All rights reserved

PACS: 4.60.+n, 11.17.+y, 97.60.Lf

Cite as: Leblanc, Y., "No Stringy/Brany Behavior (zero entropy) in Yilmaz Exponential Metric Theory", manuscript no. eFTC-180401 (2018).; doi:10.13140/RG.2.2.30035.48166.

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