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      The possibility of the no-hair theorem being violated

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      No-hair theorem, numerical solution, superradiant stability
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            Abstract

            Recently, one of my articles got some interesting results about Kerr black hole superradiantstability. That result contained some conclusions that violated the \No Hair Theorem". We knowthat the No Hair theorem" is the inference product of general relativity. I boldly believe that itmay lead to a little progress in cosmological research.

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            30 March 2020
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            [1 ] wxchen4277@qq.com
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            10.14293/S2199-1006.1.SOR-.PPJRNRL.v1
            59684fca-0345-4b73-bcb9-52fd61b54e84

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            Astronomy & Astrophysics
            No-hair theorem,numerical solution,superradiant stability

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             I submitted the <Superradiant stability of the Kerr black hole> (That paper might violate the black hole no-hair theorem) to the <International Journal of Modern Physics D>(International Journal of Modern Physics D 29(01),DOI: 10.1142/S0218271820500091

            ). Now that the article has been accepted, I wrote an inference about the result of that paper (indicating that if the result is verified to be correct, the no hair theorem may be problematic).

            2020-04-04 04:34 UTC
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