Discrete Mathematics & Theoretical Computer Science 
Motivated by the recent refutation of information loss paradox in black hole by Hawking, we investigate the new concept of {\it non unitary random walks}. In a non unitary random walk, we consider that the state 0, called the {\it black hole}, has a probability weight that decays exponentially in $e^{\lambda t}$ for some $\lambda>0$. This decaying probabilities affect the probability weight of the other states, so that the the apparent transition probabilities are affected by a repulsion factor that depends on the factors $\lambda$ and black hole lifetime $t$. If $\lambda$ is large enough, then the resulting transition probabilities correspond to a neutral random walk. We generalize to {\it non unitary gravitational walks} where the transition probabilities are function of the distance to the black hole. We show the surprising result that the black hole remains attractive below a certain distance and becomes repulsive with an exactly reversed random walk beyond this distance. This effect has interesting analogy with socalled dark energy effect in astrophysics.
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IsRelatedTo DOI 10.1016/0012365x(80)900503 Source : ScholeXplorer IsRelatedTo DOI 10.1016/0012365x(80)902484 Source : ScholeXplorer IsRelatedTo DOI 10.1016/j.disc.2006.03.020
