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Reconstruction of information stored in an evaporating black hole from the emission spectrum?
For simple setups, where the radiation field deviates not too far from thermodynamic equilibrium (< 10 %), corrections to the Planckian thermal emission spectrum can be calculated (and measured) ...
Dec 17 '11 at 11:23
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