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- | <tabbox Why is it interesting?> | + | <tabbox Why is it interesting?> |

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+ | This formula for the Hawking radiation shows why black holes are so important and interesting. In this little formula everything comes together: | ||

+ | * Quantum mechanics, in the form of $\hbar$ | ||

+ | * Gravity, in the form of $G$ | ||

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+ | It tells us that black holes are laboratories for [[theories:speculative_theories:quantum_gravity|quantum gravity]]. | ||

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