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Sciama, D. (1982) Black Hole Explosions. In: Terzian, Y. and Bilson, E.M., Eds., Cosmology and Astrophysics: Essays in Honor of Thomas Gold, Cornell University Press, Ithaca, 83-98.

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  • TITLE: Calculating δgtt at Boundary of Start of Planckian Physics Due to 1 Million Relic Black Holes

    AUTHORS: Andrew Walcott Beckwith

    KEYWORDS: Massive Gravity, Inflaton Physics, Infinite Quantum Statistics, (Usual) Black Hole Entropy

    JOURNAL NAME: Journal of High Energy Physics, Gravitation and Cosmology, Vol.3 No.1, November 24, 2016

    ABSTRACT: We use the ideas of a million black holes, at the boundary of contribution to the shift from Pre-Planckian to Planckian physics, as a summed up contribution from one million primordial black holes. I.e. this is assuming a quantum bounce. This is an extension of work done by the author as to explain the nature of a transition from being tiny to when becomes 1 in value. Taking this into account, this article is a way to delineate the physics, inherent in the transition from to which puts a premium upon the growth of the inflaton, due to , with but with changing from , an 10255 increase in magnitude. This increase in magnitude may be the driver of subsequent inflation. When we have a pre quantum, especially if the inequality becomes an equality, and then the transition to marks the start of quantum gravity, whereas our black hole entropy model used to obtain a non zero entropy contribution from 1 million primordial relic black holes, as referenced, comes from Dr. Sen in an October 10 Run Run Shaw lecture in Stonybrook University.