This blog post is here just to promote two new hep-th papers on the black hole interior. Both papers have 4.0-4.5 pages in total and use the same two-column revtex macro of \(\rm\TeX\). The Verlinde brothers wrote
As I said before, I believe that a similar construction must also exist for density matrices of a near-maximal von Neumann entropy as well (they can be visualized as pure entangled states involving two black holes so that the von Neumann entropy of the black hole A becomes the A-B entanglement entropy) but the resulting interior operators one could construct in that case would live in the Einstein-Rosen bridge instead, thus providing us with an explicit constructive proof of the Maldacena-Susskind ER-EPR correspondence.
Verlinde and Verlinde also offer a transparent, PR-based algebraic proof that microstates with a firewall have to be non-equilibrium states and that transformations on the black hole Hilbert space that keep the firewall (or its absence) also keep the definition of all the interior field operators. It looks sensible and it's great, refreshing news to see apparently valid physics signed by these Dutch names again, as opposed to some entropic-gravity-related junk, for example. ;-)
David Berenstein and Eric Dzienkowski offer some argumentation (I don't use the word "argument" because I think that such a word would indicate that I think that it is a valid argument) based on the BFSS Matrix Theory.
In reality, I think that it just shows that the naive method to construct the field operators by the semiclassical ways gets altered at (and beneath) the event horizon, in agreement with what the PR construction says. There's no evidence that there's no life in the interior; it's just evidence that it becomes harder to construct the interior field theory modes in terms of the degrees of freedom available outside the black hole (or at infinity). In this respect, I think that the BFSS Matrix Theory and AdS/CFT work analogously.