General tachyon absorption by Kerr-Newman black holes: Thermodynamic consequences
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Following the analyses of B. Carter and J. V. Narlikar, the nature of the incomplete, spacelike trajectories about a charged, rotating black hole is described. The study concentrates on those paths which a charged tachyon would follow, incident from off the equatorial plane (on whichθ=π/2). The effect of the absorption upon the black hole is calculated and it is concluded that forπi ≠π/2 only certain charged tachyons will reduce its entropy. However, a sustained bombardment by such particles could cause the singularity to be exposed.
KeywordsEntropy Black Hole Differential Geometry Equatorial Plane Thermodynamic Consequence
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