Can information be stored on the Planck scale?

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Can information be stored on the Planck scale?

I've been reading about the Black Hole information paradox, and remember reading in a book, that Quantum information of the particles that fall into the black hole are actually stored on the Planck scale on the Hawking radiation or even horizion, or something like that.

 

I can't remember which book it was in so I can't look it up, but anybody read anything about this or about what happens to the information that falls into the black hole?

 

 


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You mean the Bekenstein

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Quantum information of the particles that fall into the black hole are actually stored on the ....

 

..... horizon, or something like that.

 

You mean the Bekenstein bound? This might help:

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Quote:You mean the

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You mean the Bekenstein bound?

 

I think that's it. I can't watch the video 'cause my audio's fucked,  but I'll look into it more.

 

Thanks.