Can Naked Singularities Exist Without Violating The Laws of Black Hole Thermodynamics?
Keywords:cosmic censorship conjecture, singularities, black hole thermodynamics
According to the cosmic censorship conjecture, it is impossible for nature to have a physical singularity without a horizon because if it were to arise in any formalism, for instance as an extremal black hole (Kerr or Reissner-Nordstrom) then the surface gravity κ = 0, which is a strict violation of the third law of black hole thermodynamics. In this paper we explore whether a true singularity can exist without defying this law.
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