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Black hole bombs

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Abstract: Black holes are described mathematically as solutions of Einstein’s equations of general relativity. Among the many strange properties of black holes, I will explore the phenomenon of a “black hole bomb”, an instability which can arise when a black hole is perturbed by a scalar field. The ultimate fate of the black hole bomb is an open question, and I will discuss why this might be important, not only theoretically, but also for black holes in the universe.

This talk is part of the The Archimedeans (CU Mathematical Society) series.

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