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Comments on information loss and remnants
Physical Review D, Particles and fields
The information loss and remnant proposals for resolving the black hole information paradox are reconsidered. It is argued that in typical cases information loss implies energy loss, and thus can be thought of in terms of coupling to a spectrum of "fictitious" remnants. This suggests proposals for information loss that do not imply planckian energy fluctuations in the low energy world. However, if consistency of gravity prevents energy non-conservation, these remnants must then be considered todoi:10.1103/physrevd.49.4078 pmid:10017412 fatcat:ebdgh24zzfhqrfqjiilrf6dpry