Black holes are perhaps the most fascinating and mysterious objects in the Universe. If you are fascinated by black hole’s and want to gain knowledge about this, you are welcome to join this course. This [course_title] represents a lightning introduction to the black hole information paradox. The course conducts a study on the information paradox and its possible resolutions. It shows a short argument for black hole evaporation by looking at the particles that constitute the black hole’s thermal atmosphere.
This course does not involve any written exams. Students need to answer 5 assignment questions to complete the course, the answers will be in the form of written work in pdf or word. Students can write the answers in their own time. Each answer needs to be 200 words (1 Page). Once the answers are submitted, the tutor will check and assess the work.
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Course Credit: Open Culture
|Have any other models attempted to solve the information paradox?||00:03:00|
|How can a fuzzball have no spacetime inside itself?||00:03:00|
|How can a particle fall into a black hole and cause it to shrink?||00:02:00|
|How does string theory attempt to solve the information paradox?||00:02:00|
|If string theory is disproven, how will this affect our understanding of black holes?||00:02:00|
|In the classical view, what happens when you fall into a black hole?||00:02:00|
|In the fuzzball model, what is at the center of a black hole?||00:02:00|
|Is it possible that information is not destroyed when it falls into a black hole?||00:01:00|
|Is the singularity a problem in the classical view of black holes?||00:02:00|
|Is there a firewall at the edge of a black hole?||00:04:00|
|Is there any way to test the fuzzball model?||00:03:00|
|MODULE 01: The Puzzle of Black Hole Remnants||00:13:00|
|MODULE 01: The Puzzle of Black Hole Remnants Office Hours||00:01:00|
|MODULE 02: Hawking Radiation and Information Loss||00:12:00|
|MODULE 03: A Radical Change in Black Hole Structure||00:15:00|
|MODULE 04: The Fuzzball Theory||00:19:00|
|What applications do fuzzballs have for cosmology?||00:02:00|
|What determines the initial mass of a black hole?||00:01:00|
|What do you think is the greatest achievement of string theory?||00:02:00|
|What is Hawking radiation?||00:01:00|
|What is quantum entanglement?||00:03:00|
|What is the black hole information paradox?||00:02:00|
|Submit Your Assignment||00:00:00|
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