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5604 | The large N limit of superconformal field theories and supergravity - Maldacena - 1998 |

2743 | Gauge theory correlators from noncritical string theory, Phys - Gubser, Klebanov, et al. - 1998 |

2333 | Anti-de Sitter space and holography - Witten - 1998 |

550 |
The Black hole in three-dimensional space-time
- BANADOS, TEITELBOIM, et al.
- 1992
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Citation Context ...between flat space cosmologies and hot flat space [59] and numerous other aspects of flat space holography [60–72]. In AdS3/CFT2 it is rewarding to study Bañados–Teitelboim–Zanelli (BTZ) black holes =-=[73, 74]-=-. The flat space analogue of these objects are flat space cosmologies [75, 76]. Much like it is possible to consider BTZ black holes or their higher spin versions with chemical potentials switched on,... |

461 | 2+1 dimensional gravity as an exactly soluble system, Nucl. Phys. B311 - Witten - 1988 |

403 |
The World as a hologram
- Susskind
- 1995
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Citation Context ...raphy [39, 40], de Sitter holography [35] and flat space holography [41, 42]. This is not only of interest in its own right, but particularly for verifying the generality of the holographic principle =-=[43, 44]-=-, which should apply beyond AdS/CFT if it is a true aspect of Nature. Three-dimensional flat space higher spin gravity is especially remarkable, since in higher dimensions massless interacting higher ... |

261 | A Chern–Simons action for three-dimensional antide Sitter supergravity theories - Achucarro, Townsend - 1986 |

140 |
Hooft, “Dimensional reduction in quantum gravity,” gr-qc/9310026. L. Susskind, “The World as a hologram
- ’t
- 1995
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Citation Context ...raphy [39, 40], de Sitter holography [35] and flat space holography [41, 42]. This is not only of interest in its own right, but particularly for verifying the generality of the holographic principle =-=[43, 44]-=-, which should apply beyond AdS/CFT if it is a true aspect of Nature. Three-dimensional flat space higher spin gravity is especially remarkable, since in higher dimensions massless interacting higher ... |

139 | Consistent equation for interacting gauge fields of all spins in (3+1)-dimensions,” Phys - Vasiliev - 1990 |

136 |
Holographic probes of anti-de Sitter spacetimes, Phys
- Balasubramanian, Kraus, et al.
- 1999
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Citation Context ...r, which are smooth across the horizon, by a. The modes b have an image in the boundary CFT given by b̂, which can be determined perturbatively in a 1/N expansion, with the leading component given in =-=[38, 39]-=- and the subleading corrections determined using the equations of motion in [40]. The operators b̂ are supported in a region on the boundary of AdS after the sources are sent in to form a black hole b... |

115 | Higher Spin Gauge Theory and Holography: The Three-Point Functions - Giombi, Yin |

98 |
Constraining conformal field theories with a slightly broken higher spin symmetry,” arXiv:1204.3882 [hep-th
- Maldacena, Zhiboedov
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Citation Context ...in holography for the purpose of checking the holographic principle is that it is a weak/weak correspondence, i.e., relates higher spin gravity theories to very simple conformal field theories (CFTs) =-=[16, 17]-=-. By contrast, the usual AdS/CFT correspondence [18–20] is a weak/strong correspondence, which makes it useful for applications, but harder to check in detail, since calculations are often feasible on... |

82 | A Consistent Interacting Massless Higher Spin Field Theory - Blencowe - 1989 |

81 |
Gravitational waves in general relativity: vii. Waves from axi-symmetric isolated systems.
- Bondi, Burg, et al.
- 1962
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Citation Context ...l types of phase transitions, remark on flat space orbifold singularity resolution in spin-3 gravity and mention further developments and open issues. 1BMS stands for Bondi–van der Burg–Metzner–Sachs =-=[51, 52]-=-, the asymptotic symmetry algebra of flat spacetimes at null infinity, and GCA for Galilean conformal algebra [53]. – 3 – 2 Flat space higher spin gravity In this section we review results of flat spa... |

70 | Three-dimensional quantum geometry and black holes,” hep-th/9901148
- Banados
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Citation Context ...−1 ( d+a ) b (2.9) with b = exp ( r 2 M−1 ) (2.10) and a = au(u, ϕ) du+ aϕ(u, ϕ) dϕ (2.11) The form (2.9) is reminiscent of the similarly useful form of the AdS connection in spin-2 gravity (see e.g. =-=[81, 82]-=-) and higher spin gravity [83, 84]. We use coordinates u, r and ϕ ∼ ϕ+2pi adapted to flat space in (outgoing) Eddington– Finkelstein coordinates. As we shall see below, the background line-element in ... |

69 |
Finite-temperature field theory: Principles and applications
- Kapusta, Gale
- 2006
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Citation Context ...hemistry) ever since their introduction by Gibbs. In gauge theories chemical potentials µ are usually introduced by giving the 0-component of the gauge connection a vacuum expectation value (see e.g. =-=[1]-=-). A0 → A0 + µ (1.1) In the present work we are interested in flat space higher spin gravity with chemical potentials. We start by summarizing briefly selected recent developments that provide the mot... |

52 |
Radio Engineers’ Handbook,
- Terman
- 1943
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Citation Context ...International Symposium on New Energy, pages 75–97, Denver, Colorado, May 12-15, 1994. [6] Thomas Townsend Brown. How I control gravitation. Science and Invention, pages 312, 313, 373–5, August 1929. =-=[7]-=- James F. Corum and Kenneth L. Corum. A physical interpretation of the Colorado Springs data. In Proceedings of the Tesla Centennial Symposium, pages 50–57, Colorado Springs, August 9–12, 1984. Intern... |

51 | Black holes in three dimensional higher spin gravity: A review,” arXiv:1208.5182 [hep-th
- Ammon, Gutperle, et al.
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Citation Context ...t all) chemical potentials switched off. This analysis provides flat space cosmology solutions with spin-3 hair, which can be considered as the flat space analogue of BTZ black holes with spin-3 hair =-=[31, 33]-=-. We consider now zero mode solutions, M′ = N ′ = V ′ = Z ′ = 0, with vanishing spin-2 chemical potentials, µM = µL = 0, and constant spin-3 chemical potentials, µ ′ V = µ ′ U = 0. If we have µU 6= 0 ... |

49 | String Lessons for Higher-Spin Interactions.” arXiv:1006.5242 [hep-th - Sagnotti, Taronna |

48 |
AdS dynamics from conformal field theory, hep-th/9808016 [INSPIRE
- Banks, Douglas, et al.
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Citation Context ...r, which are smooth across the horizon, by a. The modes b have an image in the boundary CFT given by b̂, which can be determined perturbatively in a 1/N expansion, with the leading component given in =-=[38, 39]-=- and the subleading corrections determined using the equations of motion in [40]. The operators b̂ are supported in a region on the boundary of AdS after the sources are sent in to form a black hole b... |

47 | How higher-spin gravity surpasses the spin two barrier: no-go theorems versus yes-go examples
- Bekaert, Boulanger, et al.
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Citation Context ...l flat space higher spin gravity is especially remarkable, since in higher dimensions massless interacting higher spin theories in flat space are forbidden – 2 – by various no-go results [45–47] (see =-=[48]-=- for a nice summary). It is therefore interesting that in three dimensions such theories exist [41, 42], though unitarity again poses strong constraints on the theory and rules out the simplest realiz... |

47 | Time dependent orbifolds and string cosmology,” Fortsch. Phys
- Cornalba, Costa
- 2004
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Citation Context ...cts of flat space holography [60–72]. In AdS3/CFT2 it is rewarding to study Bañados–Teitelboim–Zanelli (BTZ) black holes [73, 74]. The flat space analogue of these objects are flat space cosmologies =-=[75, 76]-=-. Much like it is possible to consider BTZ black holes or their higher spin versions with chemical potentials switched on, it is plausible that there should be a flat space counterpart thereof, both i... |

44 | Conformal field theory, (2+1)-dimensional gravity and the BTZ black hole,
- Carlip
- 2005
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Citation Context ...−1 ( d+a ) b (2.9) with b = exp ( r 2 M−1 ) (2.10) and a = au(u, ϕ) du+ aϕ(u, ϕ) dϕ (2.11) The form (2.9) is reminiscent of the similarly useful form of the AdS connection in spin-2 gravity (see e.g. =-=[81, 82]-=-) and higher spin gravity [83, 84]. We use coordinates u, r and ϕ ∼ ϕ+2pi adapted to flat space in (outgoing) Eddington– Finkelstein coordinates. As we shall see below, the background line-element in ... |

42 |
Gauge/Gravity Duality and the Black Hole Interior, Phys.Rev.Lett
- Marolf, Polchinski
- 2013
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Citation Context ...k-scale physics at the horizon [3–35]. In section 2, we explain the argument for the presence of firewalls at the black hole horizon, focusing on the new argument put forward by Marolf and Polchinski =-=[36]-=-. We then move on in section 3 to explain the geometry of Rindler and Poincaré patches of AdS and demonstrate how to evade this new argument for firewalls in the case of these horizons. Finally, we c... |

37 |
Classical central extension for asymptotic symmetries at null infinity in three spacetime dimensions,”
- Barnich, Compere
- 2007
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Citation Context ...us recent advances in (three-dimensional) higher spin gravity are matched by exciting developments in (three-dimensional) flat space holography. Starting from the Barnich–Compère boundary conditions =-=[50]-=-, some key developments were the BMS/CFT or BMS/GCA correspondences1 [54, 55], the flat space chiral gravity proposal [56], the counting of flat space cosmology microstates [57, 58], the existence of ... |

36 | An Infalling Observer - Papadodimas, Raju |

35 | Cool horizons for entangled black holes,” arXiv:1306.0533 [hep-th - Maldacena, Susskind |

35 | Massless higher spins and holography, Nucl.Phys. B644 - Sezgin, Sundell - 2002 |

30 |
Asymptotic symmetries in gravitational theory,” Phys
- Sachs
- 1962
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Citation Context ...l types of phase transitions, remark on flat space orbifold singularity resolution in spin-3 gravity and mention further developments and open issues. 1BMS stands for Bondi–van der Burg–Metzner–Sachs =-=[51, 52]-=-, the asymptotic symmetry algebra of flat spacetimes at null infinity, and GCA for Galilean conformal algebra [53]. – 3 – 2 Flat space higher spin gravity In this section we review results of flat spa... |

29 | Quantum Computation vs - Harlow, Hayden |

29 | Holography, Unfolding and Higher-Spin Theory,” J.Phys. A46 - Vasiliev - 2013 |

29 | Holographic dual of free field theory,” Phys - Douglas, Mazzucato, et al. |

28 | Comments on black holes I: The possibility of complementarity, arXiv:1208.2005 - Mathur, Turton |

28 |
Thermodynamics of higher spin black holes
- David, Ferlaino, et al.
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Citation Context ...re are several phase transitions possible there exist also multi-critical points where three or four phases co-exist. The most striking difference between the AdS results by David, Ferlaino and Kumar =-=[77]-=- and our flat space results is that we observe the possibility of first order phase transitions between various branches (see the right upper and middle lower plot in figure 1). By contrast, in AdS th... |

26 | Complementarity Endures: No Firewall for an Infalling Observer - Nomura, Varela, et al. |

26 | AdS dual of the critical O(N) vector model, Phys.Lett. B550 - Klebanov, Polyakov - 2002 |

26 | Notes on higher spin symmetries - Mikhailov |

25 | Unitarity and fuzzball complementarity: ’Alice fuzzes but may not even know it - Avery, Chowdhury, et al. |

23 | Non-extremal Black Hole Microstates: Fuzzballs of Fire or - Bena, Puhm, et al. |

21 |
Towards non-AdS holography in 3-dimensional higher spin gravity
- Gary, Grumiller, et al.
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Citation Context ...of higher spin black holes with chemical potentials is provided in [29]. The discussion so far was focused mostly on AdS and holographic aspects thereof [30], see [31–34] for reviews. As advocated in =-=[36]-=-, higher spin gravity has turned out to be a fertile ground for nonAdS holography, without the necessity for additional exotic matter degrees of freedom, including Lobachevsky holography [37, 38], Lif... |

20 | Minimal Model Holography, J.Phys. A46 - Gaberdiel, Gopakumar - 2013 |

19 | The Flat limit of three dimensional asymptotically anti-de Sitter spacetimes,” Phys - Barnich, Gomberoff, et al. |

19 |
A New Cosmological Scenario
- Cornalba, Costa
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Citation Context ...cts of flat space holography [60–72]. In AdS3/CFT2 it is rewarding to study Bañados–Teitelboim–Zanelli (BTZ) black holes [73, 74]. The flat space analogue of these objects are flat space cosmologies =-=[75, 76]-=-. Much like it is possible to consider BTZ black holes or their higher spin versions with chemical potentials switched on, it is plausible that there should be a flat space counterpart thereof, both i... |

18 |
An Apologia for Firewalls,” arXiv:1304.6483 [hep-th
- Almheiri, Marolf, et al.
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Citation Context ...f effective field theory without any internal indication. In fact, these new tools have simply sharpened the problem, as they have led to the current firestorm surrounding the controversial claims of =-=[1, 2]-=- that the in-falling observer experiences interesting Planck-scale physics at the horizon [3–35]. In section 2, we explain the argument for the presence of firewalls at the black hole horizon, focusin... |

17 | The Transfer of Entanglement: The Case for Firewalls,” arXiv:1210.2098 [hep-th - Susskind |

16 |
Correspondence between Asymptotically Flat Spacetimes and Nonrelativistic Conformal Field Theories,” Phys.Rev.Lett
- Bagchi
- 2010
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Citation Context ... by exciting developments in (three-dimensional) flat space holography. Starting from the Barnich–Compère boundary conditions [50], some key developments were the BMS/CFT or BMS/GCA correspondences1 =-=[54, 55]-=-, the flat space chiral gravity proposal [56], the counting of flat space cosmology microstates [57, 58], the existence of phase transitions between flat space cosmologies and hot flat space [59] and ... |

15 | Complementarity Is Not Enough,” arXiv:1207.5192 [hep-th - Bousso |

15 | String Theory Versus - Giveon, Itzhaki |

15 | BMS/GCA Redux: Towards Flatspace Holography from Non-Relativistic - Bagchi, Fareghbal |

14 |
Systems.
- Wind
- 2006
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Citation Context ...19 Bibliography [1] John Ackerman. To Catch a Flying Star—A Scientific Theory of UFO’s. Univelt, San Diego, CA, 1989. [2] George Adamski. Inside the Flying Saucers. Paperback Library, New York, 1955. =-=[3]-=- Jerry Bergman. The acceptance of evolution and a belief in life on other planets. Creation Research Society Quarterly, 32:71–77, September 1995. [4] Charles Berlitz and William L. Moore. The Roswell ... |

14 | Constructing local bulk observables in interacting AdS/CFT,” Phys
- Kabat, Lifschytz, et al.
- 2011
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Citation Context ...ary CFT given by b̂, which can be determined perturbatively in a 1/N expansion, with the leading component given in [38, 39] and the subleading corrections determined using the equations of motion in =-=[40]-=-. The operators b̂ are supported in a region on the boundary of AdS after the sources are sent in to form a black hole but before the horizon reaches the boundary. In particular, if we imagine sending... |

14 |
Asymptotically flat spacetimes in three-dimensional higher spin gravity
- Gonzalez, Matulich, et al.
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Citation Context ...ms of the new representation of the connection (2.9)-(2.11). To this end, we similarly define the gauge parameter as ε = b−1 ε(0) b (2.17) with the same group element (2.10) as before. The results of =-=[41, 42]-=- for the boundary condition preserving gauge transformations then translate into the following expression:3 ε(0) = L+ − ′ L0 + 12 ( ′′ − 12M− 8Vχ ) L− + τ M+ − τ ′M0 + 12 ( τ ′′ − 12Mτ −N − 8Vκ−... |

14 | Entropy of three-dimensional asymptotically flat cosmological solutions
- Barnich
- 2012
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Citation Context ...re boundary conditions [50], some key developments were the BMS/CFT or BMS/GCA correspondences1 [54, 55], the flat space chiral gravity proposal [56], the counting of flat space cosmology microstates =-=[57, 58]-=-, the existence of phase transitions between flat space cosmologies and hot flat space [59] and numerous other aspects of flat space holography [60–72]. In AdS3/CFT2 it is rewarding to study Bañados–... |

13 | Origin of the blackhole information paradox,” arXiv:1209.2686 - Brustein |

11 | Excluding Black Hole Firewalls with Extreme Cosmic Censorship - Page |

10 | Passing through the Firewall,” arXiv:1306.0515 [hep-th - Verlinde, Verlinde |

10 |
Raamsdonk, "Evaporating Firewalls." arXiv/1307.1796
- Van
- 2013
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Citation Context ...or firewalls rely on statements about generic states in the Hilbert space of quantum gravity. While the example of a one-sided black hole coupled to an external CFT evolving to a two-sided black hole =-=[35]-=- is intriguing, as is noted within the paper, the initial state and coupling seem to be so fine tuned as to disallow any statements about the genericity of the process. It is precisely the appearance ... |

10 | W Symmetry and Integrability of Higher spin black holes,” arXiv:1306.0014 [hep-th
- Compère, Song
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Citation Context ...-3 AdS gravity in the past few years, first in the form of new black hole solutions with spin-3 fields by Gutperle and Kraus [24] (see also [25]), next perturbatively in the spin-3 chemical potential =-=[26]-=-, then to all orders by Compère, Jottar and Song [27] and independently by Henneaux, Perez, Tempo and Troncoso [28]. A comprehensive recent discussion of higher spin black holes with chemical potenti... |

10 |
Higher spin theory in 3-dimensional flat space
- Afshar, Bagchi, et al.
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Citation Context ...hy, without the necessity for additional exotic matter degrees of freedom, including Lobachevsky holography [37, 38], Lifshitz holography [39, 40], de Sitter holography [35] and flat space holography =-=[41, 42]-=-. This is not only of interest in its own right, but particularly for verifying the generality of the holographic principle [43, 44], which should apply beyond AdS/CFT if it is a true aspect of Nature... |

10 |
Holography of 3d Flat
- Bagchi, Detournay, et al.
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Citation Context ...re boundary conditions [50], some key developments were the BMS/CFT or BMS/GCA correspondences1 [54, 55], the flat space chiral gravity proposal [56], the counting of flat space cosmology microstates =-=[57, 58]-=-, the existence of phase transitions between flat space cosmologies and hot flat space [59] and numerous other aspects of flat space holography [60–72]. In AdS3/CFT2 it is rewarding to study Bañados–... |

10 |
Asymptotic symmetries and thermodynamics of higher spin black holes
- Ferlaino, Hollowood, et al.
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Citation Context ...flat space results should be obtainable from a suitable İnönü–Wigner contraction of corresponding AdS results based on an sl(N)⊕ sl(N) connection. Similar generalizations in AdS were considered in =-=[78, 79, 105]-=-. • Non-principal embeddings. Whenever the corresponding AdS results are known, again we expect that all flat space results should be obtainable from a suitable İnönü– Wigner contraction. There cou... |

9 | Remarks on Black Hole Evolution a la Firewalls and Fuzzballs,” arXiv:1211.5645 [hep-th - Rama |

9 | Constraints on a fine-grained AdS/CFT correspondence,” arXiv:1106.3553 [hep-th
- Gary, Giddings
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Citation Context ...wed to insert operators anywhere on a sufficiently large region of the boundary or we will not be able to form a complete basis for H. One example of a sufficiently large boundary region was given in =-=[37]-=-, where an explicit construction of a complete set of massless states was given using operator insertions a boundary region given by SD−2 × (−pi, 0). For our purposes, it will be sufficient to use thi... |

9 | On Higher Spin Gauge Theory and - Giombi, Yin |

9 |
Semi-classical unitarity in 3-dimensional higher-spin gravity for non-principal embeddings,” arXiv:1211.4454 [hep-th
- Afshar, Gary, et al.
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Citation Context ...cated in [36], higher spin gravity has turned out to be a fertile ground for nonAdS holography, without the necessity for additional exotic matter degrees of freedom, including Lobachevsky holography =-=[37, 38]-=-, Lifshitz holography [39, 40], de Sitter holography [35] and flat space holography [41, 42]. This is not only of interest in its own right, but particularly for verifying the generality of the hologr... |

9 | Flat-Space Energy-Momentum Tensor from BMS/GCA Correspondence,” arXiv:1312.2109 [hep-th - Fareghbal, Naseh |

8 | Aspects of the zero Λ limit - Costa |

8 |
Flat/AdS boundary conditions in three dimensional conformal gravity
- Afshar
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Citation Context ...x trace. – 5 – 2.2 Spin-3 flat space connection Explicit expressions for isl(3) connections that obey asymptotically flat boundary conditions were established independently in [41] and [42] (see also =-=[80]-=-). However, we shall not use either of these expressions, but use instead the one introduced in [70] since it is considerably simpler. Namely, we represent the connection A as gauge transformation of ... |

7 | Firewall or smooth horizon?,” arXiv:1208.6480 [gr-qc - Ori |

7 | Is the firewall consistent?: Gedanken experiments on black hole complementarity and firewall proposal, JCAP 1301 - Hwang, Lee, et al. - 2013 |

7 | Pure states and black hole complementarity,” Phys - Lowe, Thorlacius |

7 |
Brief review on higher spin black holes,” arXiv:1402.1465 [hep-th
- Pérez, Tempo, et al.
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Citation Context ...t all) chemical potentials switched off. This analysis provides flat space cosmology solutions with spin-3 hair, which can be considered as the flat space analogue of BTZ black holes with spin-3 hair =-=[31, 33]-=-. We consider now zero mode solutions, M′ = N ′ = V ′ = Z ′ = 0, with vanishing spin-2 chemical potentials, µM = µL = 0, and constant spin-3 chemical potentials, µ ′ V = µ ′ U = 0. If we have µU 6= 0 ... |

6 | Comment on the Black Hole Firewall,” arXiv:1210.5317 [gr-qc - Hossenfelder |

6 | Nonviolent nonlocality,” arXiv:1211.7070 [hepth - Giddings |

6 | Elements of Vasiliev theory - Didenko, Skvortsov |

6 |
Chemical potentials in three-dimensional higher spin anti-de Sitter gravity
- Henneaux, Pérez, et al.
- 2013
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Citation Context ...nd Kraus [24] (see also [25]), next perturbatively in the spin-3 chemical potential [26], then to all orders by Compère, Jottar and Song [27] and independently by Henneaux, Perez, Tempo and Troncoso =-=[28]-=-. A comprehensive recent discussion of higher spin black holes with chemical potentials is provided in [29]. The discussion so far was focused mostly on AdS and holographic aspects thereof [30], see [... |

6 | Lifshitz black holes in higher spin gravity
- Gutperle, Hijano, et al.
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Citation Context ...vity has turned out to be a fertile ground for nonAdS holography, without the necessity for additional exotic matter degrees of freedom, including Lobachevsky holography [37, 38], Lifshitz holography =-=[39, 40]-=-, de Sitter holography [35] and flat space holography [41, 42]. This is not only of interest in its own right, but particularly for verifying the generality of the holographic principle [43, 44], whic... |

5 |
The accurate computation of self- and mutual inductances of circular coils,”
- Fawzi, Burke
- 1978
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Citation Context ...hael Harrison has written a 379 page book called Fire From Heaven [7] on this subject so there is more documentation than one would suppose. There is also a 478 page book on the topic by Larry Arnold =-=[2]-=-. Harrison calls the burning Spontaneous Human Combustion, where Spontaneous refers to the concept that there is no obvious source or cause of the fire. There are literally thousands of accounts of th... |

5 | Is Alice Burning or Fuzzing?,” arXiv:1208.2026 [hep-th - Chowdhury, Puhm |

5 | Black holes without firewalls, Phys - Larjo, Lowe, et al. - 2013 |

5 | Black hole complementarity and firewall - Kim, Lee, et al. |

5 | On the Gravitational - Fradkin, Vasiliev - 1987 |

5 | An AdS3 Dual for Minimal Model CFTs, Phys.Rev. D83 - Gaberdiel, Gopakumar - 2011 |

5 |
Variational principle and 1-point functions in 3-dimensional flat space Einstein gravity, Phys.Rev. D89
- Detournay, Grumiller, et al.
- 2014
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Citation Context ...ion. In the holographic dictionary, these non-normalizable contributions should correspond to sources of the corresponding operators in the dual field theory. Indeed, this is what happens as shown in =-=[68]-=-. Note, however, that [68] worked in Euclidean signature, restricted to zero mode solutions and imposed axial gauge for the non-normalizable solutions to the linearized Einstein equations on a flat sp... |

4 | Boundary unitarity without firewalls,” arXiv:1212.6944 [hep-th - Jacobson |

4 |
A Grassmann path from AdS3 to flat space
- Krishnan, Raju, et al.
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Citation Context ...ameter , and the contraction then consists in dropping all expressions quadratic in ; the -independent generators are then the even generators and the generators linear in are the odd generators =-=[66]-=-. We exploit this Grassmann trick in appendix A.1 to define the generators. Moreover, we use it to define a (twisted) trace over a product of k isl(3) generators Gni (with i = 1 . . . k) that is usefu... |

3 |
energy sources and rural development in developing countries
- Ramakumar, Hughes
- 1981
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Citation Context ...emingly inviting objects. Meandering lightning is frequently broken and/or tubular. Others have also speculated about unknown phenomena hiding behind the awesome display of lightning power, including =-=[6, 23, 27]-=-. Unknowns About Lightning There are a number of nagging questions about lightning that remain to be answered. One is that of observed vertical velocities. To examine this question, we compare the lif... |

3 | A Note on (No) Firewalls: The Entropy Argument,” arXiv:1211.7033 [hep-th - Nomura, Varela |

3 | The flaw in the firewall argument,” arXiv:1306.5488 [hep-th - Mathur, Turton |

3 |
Cosmic Evolution from Phase Transition of Three-Dimensional Flat Space, Phys.Rev.Lett
- Bagchi, Detournay, et al.
- 2013
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Citation Context ... [54, 55], the flat space chiral gravity proposal [56], the counting of flat space cosmology microstates [57, 58], the existence of phase transitions between flat space cosmologies and hot flat space =-=[59]-=- and numerous other aspects of flat space holography [60–72]. In AdS3/CFT2 it is rewarding to study Bañados–Teitelboim–Zanelli (BTZ) black holes [73, 74]. The flat space analogue of these objects are... |

2 |
Excalibur Briefing: Explaining Paranormal Phenomena. Strawberry Hill Press, 2594 15th Avenue
- Bearden
- 1988
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Citation Context ...pt to circumvent this basic problem. That is, they say the earth must be several billion years old. Creationists, on the other hand, believe that the earth is young, say six to ten thousand years old =-=[1]-=-, and that God created the earth and all life on it in a six day period. Since God created man, God has certain rights of ownership, and therefore man needs to honor and obey God. This group is small ... |

2 | Black holes vs. firewalls and thermo-field dynamics - Chowdhury |

2 | All possible symmetries of the S matrix, Phys.Rev - Coleman, Mandula - 1967 |

2 |
Unitarity in three-dimensional flat space higher spin theories
- Grumiller, Riegler, et al.
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Citation Context ... that in three dimensions such theories exist [41, 42], though unitarity again poses strong constraints on the theory and rules out the simplest realizations of unitary flat space higher spin gravity =-=[49]-=-. The numerous recent advances in (three-dimensional) higher spin gravity are matched by exciting developments in (three-dimensional) flat space holography. Starting from the Barnich–Compère boundary... |

2 | 3D Flat Holography: Entropy and - Bagchi, Basu |

1 |
Gravity drop experiments
- Kelly
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Citation Context ...e distinguished theorists Moon and Spencer (a husband and wife team) in 1959 [21] in an attempt to explain inertia. Another effort in this vein was published by G. Burniston Brown in his book in 1982 =-=[4]-=-. Peter and Neal Graneau discuss the history of this position in their book [11, Pages 82-101]. Retarded far-action leads to results that violate Newton’s Third Law. (Contact-action theories do also, ... |

1 |
The Coming Energy Revolution—The Search for Free Energy
- Manning
- 1996
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Citation Context ...stayed well focused over the past 25 years and has set high standards on scholarship. Henry has been a very prolific writer [9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 22, 15, 14, 16, 23, 17, 18, 19, 19, 20, 21]. Duane Gish =-=[4, 5, 6]-=-, Harold Slusher [37, 35, 34, 36], and others [8, 41] have also done extensive writing. Another creationist group is the Creation Research Society, [2], founded about 1964, which publishes a scholarly... |

1 | Notes on the BMS group in three dimensions - Barnich, Oblak |

1 |
Asymptotic symmetries and dynamics of three-dimensional flat supergravity
- Barnich, Donnay, et al.
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Citation Context ...y asymptotically flat boundary conditions were established independently in [41] and [42] (see also [80]). However, we shall not use either of these expressions, but use instead the one introduced in =-=[70]-=- since it is considerably simpler. Namely, we represent the connection A as gauge transformation of another connection a with very simple properties and simple gauge group element b: A = b−1 ( d+a ) b... |

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Flat space limit of (Higher-Spin) Cardy formula
- Riegler
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Citation Context .... • Flat space higher spin Cardy formula. The usual Cardy formula [100, 101] was generalized in (at least) two ways: 1. by including higher spin fields [102–104] and 2. by taking the flat space limit =-=[57, 58, 71, 72]-=-. It seems both natural and interesting to combine these two generalizations and to derive a Cardy-like formula for the entropy of spin-3 flat space cosmologies that (hopefully) matches our result (5.... |