@article{Bukalov_2014, title={Quantum properties of the causal horizon of the Universe and the decay (melting) of black holes in the cosmological model with superconductivity}, volume={14}, url={https://physics.socionic.info/index.php/physics/article/view/63}, abstractNote={<p>According to the cosmological model with superconductivity, the radii of causal areas in general relativity are determinated by the correlation length of the interaction of primary fermions in the given phase of the condensate of the fermions. The coherence of the condensate provides the condition of the global community and isotropy in the observable Universe. For various phases the lengths are different and change over time. The dimensions of the horizon of the black hole are also described by a similar correlation length, if we consider the black hole as a special condensate. Therefore, in a contracting Universe the reduction (“melting”) of black holes occurs in the case of the reduction of the causal Hubble radius <em>R<sub>H</sub></em> &lt; 3.06<em>R<sub>G</sub></em>, that specifies the result obtained earlier by the author.</p>}, number={4}, journal={Physics of Consciousness and Life, Cosmology and Astrophysics}, author={Bukalov, Aleksandr}, year={2014}, month={Dec.}, pages={24–27} }