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But it causes the black hole to lose energy and mass. In the course of time an isolated black hole radiates away all its mass and vanishes. All of the above, though peculiar, has been known to relativists for some decades. The true controversies arise when, following Hawking, we seek the fate of the information that fell into the black hole during and after its formation. In particular, can it be carried away by the evaporation products—albeit in a very scrambled form—or is it lost forever behind the horizon?
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