In reply to Eric Walker's message of Fri, 2 Feb 2018 17:51:09 -0700:
>On Fri, Feb 2, 2018 at 5:45 PM, <mix...@bigpond.com> wrote:
>2) The electron passes through the event horizon while the positron
>> "escapes" -
>> don't ask me how that's supposed to happen.
>I think we're thinking of different scenarios. In the one I'm describing,
>the electron and positron both enter the black whole at around the same
>time and location and then annihilate on the other side of the horizon. In
>other words, they travel together prior to annihilating. It is the
>annihilation photons that escape (when the pair annihilate on the outside)
>or don't escape (when the pair annihilate on the inside).
Yes, I was talking about the Hawking process, not your hypothetical. (See
comment at end of previous post).
Robin van Spaandonk
local asymmetry = temporary success