Semiclassical black holes with large N rescaling and information loss problem
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CitationYeom, D.-H., and Zoe, H. (2011). Semiclassical black holes with large N rescaling and information loss problem. International Journal of Modern Physics A, 26(19), 3287-3314. doi:10.1142/S0217751X11053924
We consider semiclassical black holes and related rescalings with N massless fields. For a given semiclassical solution of an N = 1 universe, we can find other solution of a large N universe by the rescaling. After the rescaling, any curvature quantity takes a sufficiently small value without changing its causal structure. Via the rescaling, we argue that black hole complementarity for semiclassical black holes cannot provide a fundamental resolution of the information loss problem, and the violation of black hole complementarity requires sufficiently reasonable amounts of N. Such N might be realized from some string inspired models. Finally, we claim that any fundamental resolution of the information loss problem should resolve the problem of the singularity.