Computing With A Black Hole

Turns out that almost every bit of what goes into a black hole is quantum entangled with the Hawking radiation that leaves a black hole. If you could collect it all, and if you understood how to read it, you could compute on a black hole.

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  1. Hey, this link is broken. Don’t know if it’s on this blog’d end or the article server’s end. The article looks interesting. If the hawking radiation particles are entangled with particles inside the black hole, does that mean information can be extracted from the black hole? In most quantum entanglement experiments I have heard of, there must be a known particle transmitted in order to receive the entangled particle….

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