T-PLEN Plenary Session / Session plénière - Juan Maldacena, Institute for Advanced Study at Princeton
- Ariel Edery (Bishop's University)
We think that black holes are ordinary quantum systems with a finite number of microstates, when we view them from the outside.
A pair of black holes can then be entangled with each other. A special entangled state of this kind can be described by a geometry similar to the maximally extended Schwarzschild black hole. This geometry is a non-traversable wormhole.
We will discuss how to make...