Black holes and the weak cosmic censorship
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A theory of black holes is developed under the assumption of the weak cosmic censorship. It includes Hawking's theory of black holes in the future asymptotically predictable spacetimes as a special case but it also applies to the cosmological situations including models with nonzero cosmological constant of both signs.
KeywordsBlack Hole Cosmological Constant Differential Geometry Cosmic Censorship Nonzero Cosmological Constant
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