Schedule Jan 14, 2021
Classical aspects of black hole interiors
Jorrit Kruthoff, Stanford
Cite as: doi:10.26081/K62S59

In this talk I will discuss the impact of deformations of the CFT by a scalar operator on the bulk geometry. Usually one focusses on the exterior, but during my talk I will dive inside various black holes and discuss the changes to the interior. The dynamics turns out to be rather intricate with even fractal-like behaviour emerging. Furthermore, we will see that generically, Cauchy horizons will be replaced by a spacelike singularity in the presence of a scalar deformation. This motivates a notion of ‘holographic’ cosmic censorship. This talk is based on 2004.01192, 2006.10056 and 2008.12786.

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