Gia Dvali What Is the Fundamental Physics Behind the Information Processing of Black Holes?
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The objectives of the research in theoretical physics presented in this video are to understand the fundamental physics behind the properties of black holes and to find out whether black holes are unique in their way of information-processing. As GIA DVALI explains, the research he developed together with CESAR GOMEZ has two important findings. Firstly it shows that quantum criticality is the basic principle of the information storage capacities of black holes and secondly it manifests that other systems of nature can process information the same way. This has important implications for the understanding of elementary particles and for cosmology.
LT Video Publication DOI: https://doi.org/10.21036/LTPUB10168
Black Hole Based Quantum Computing in Labs and in the Sky
- Gia Dvali and Mischa Panchenko
- arXiv preprint arXiv:1601.01329
- Published in 2016