Asked 24th Feb, 2016

Minimum mass bound in AdS space suggests that sufficiently small perturbations will NOT lead to black hole formation in AdS space?

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25th Feb, 2016
Stam Nicolis
University of Tours
No, the two statements don't imply any such suggestion. 

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