# Quantum Mechanics for big-N exponents

Comments: 17 pages, 8 figures. New section on black-hole and haymaker quantum mechanics. References added, minor corrections

In this paper, we investigate the quantum mechanics of a big-N exponent in the vicinity of a supermassive black hole. The black-hole, along with the black-hole spinor, is constructed from a strict Klein-Gordon/Kemmer-Wallis transformation. It is shown that the spinor is a free particle with no momentum, and that the black-hole is a real black hole. Due to the fact that the black-hole spinor is a quantum particle with momentum, we derive the quantum theory of the big-N exponent, which includes the spinor. It is shown that the black-hole and the black-hole spinors are instantons with no mass, and that the black-hole black-hole and the black-hole spinors are real black holes. The black-hole and the black-hole spinors are also shown to be instantons.