期刊 / arXiv:1609.04036
发表时间 / 2016-09-13
数字识别码 / arXiv:1609.04036
The black hole information problem has been a challenge since Hawking's original 1975 paper. It led to the discovery of AdS/CFT, which gave a partial resolution of the paradox. However, recent developments, in particular the rewall puzzle, show that there is much that we do not understand. I review the black hole, Hawking radiation, and the Page curve, and the classic form of the paradox. I discuss AdS/CFT as a partial resolution. I then discuss black hole complementarity and its limitations, leading to many proposals for dierent kinds of 'drama.' I conclude with some recent ideas.
Presented at the 2014-15 Jerusalem Winter School and the 2015 TASI.