Non-local gravitational interactions and the black hole information paradox
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This thesis looks into Non-local gravitational interactions that hawking radiated quanta’s from Black holes might possess. We shall first explain Hawking’s original calculation in , and how such a process would lead to the catastrophic information paradox. Then we shall look into other physical models that try to resolve such a paradox, and the various pitfalls that these models face. Subsequently, the latter part of this thesis looks into how Non-local gravitational dynamics is a suitable resolve to the information paradox; furthermore, we show that our calculations are not bounded in the same way as Mathur’s is, in . We then show how Nonlocal correlations would manifest itself in the wave function of the pair produced particles, and in turn, we show how the entangled entropy decreases analytically, thus preserving unitarity.