Elias C. Vagenas, Ahmed Farag Ali, Hassan Alshal (2019)
Motivated by the endeavors of Li Xiang and You-Gen Shen on naked singularities, we investigate the validity of the cosmic censorship conjecture in the context of the generalized uncertainty principle. In particular, upon considering both linear and quadratic terms of momentum in the uncertainty principle, we first compute the entropy of a massless charged black hole in de Sitter spacetime at a given modified temperature. Then, we compute the corresponding modified cosmological radius and express the black hole electric charge in terms of this modified cosmological radius and, thus, in terms of the generalized uncertainty principle parameter. Finally, we examine whether such a system will end up being a naked singularity or might be protected by the cosmic censorship conjecture and how that might be related to the possible existence of massless charged particles.