Quantum Gravity and String Theory


The Quantum Uncertainty Principle, Gravitational Waves, and Black Holes

Authors: Willi Penker

Following the basic rules of the uncertainty principle, gravitation itself becomes uncertain and even massive black holes go into superposition without the possibility of ending up in a real singularity.

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[v1] 19 Apr 2010

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