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Tab B → 0 at inﬁnity – we must choose F in = F out = 0. Hence Tab B = Θab [λ] . (23) The Boulware stress-energy is singular at the horizon, since λ → −∞ there. By contrast, in the Hartle-Hawking state the stress-energy is bounded on both sheets of the horizon. Since this is also true of Λ, this boundary condition is satisﬁed by Tab H = Θab [Λ] . (24) Black Hole Thermodynamics 25 At the horizon, this would be the stress-energy measured by a free-falling observer, using the locally Lorentzian co-ordinates to deﬁne his notion of positive frequency.
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