Authors: Amal Pushp
Quantum fluctuations in the cosmic microwave background radiation reveal tiny fluctuations in the average temperature of the universe. This corresponds to differences in photon energies of Cmb in different regions of the universe. So initially, assuming two black holes with exactly same macroscopic properties, located in two different regions of the universe in accordance with Cmb anisotropy, i.e. one in a region with higher energy per photon and the other in a region with lower photon energy, it is found that this brings about inhomogeneity in the mass, temperature (event horizon) and entropy of the two black holes at the microscopic level. The final calculations show the deviation in properties of one black hole from the other on the microscopic scale. The arguments and calculations form the basis for a new effect in black hole physics.
Comments: 6 pages, Currently in Peer Review
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