Second law of black hole dynamics, Physics

Second law of black hole dynamics

Along with black-hole interactions, or interactions among normal matter and black holes, the total of the surface areas of all black holes involved can never reduced. It is analogous to the second law of thermodynamics, along with the surface areas of the black holes being a measure of the entropy of the system.

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