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The Decay of a Black Hole in a GUT Model

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ABSTRACT

I propose a phenomenological model for the decay of black holes near Planck mass. The decay takes place via a quantum state between general relativity and a grand unified field theory like SO(10). This group is favored also by a no-scale SUGRA GUT model for Starobinsky inflation by other authors.

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Raitio, R. (2015) The Decay of a Black Hole in a GUT Model. Open Access Library Journal, 2, 1-4. doi: 10.4236/oalib.1102031.

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