I am trying to relate the surface-area-to-volume-ratio of a sphere to the Bekenstein bound. Since the surface-area-to-volume-ratio decreases with increasing volume, one would surmise that, per unit of ...
There are people proposing the possibility of using entropic force to explain the gravity force between objects. The emphasis is that entropy is more fundamental than energy. It is the closest study ...
From what I understand, in the very early stages, the universe was extremely small. Also black holes are maximum entropy objects and thus saturate the bound. Now what I don't get is that unless ...
This was 3rd beer idea, so please bear with me. What if the universe was not actually expanding but the speed of light was slowing? Wouldn't that be indistinguishable to our observations? Either way ...
Suppose i have a 3D bulk of physical matter with no black holes enclosed in a sphere of radius $R$. What is the scaling law of all quantum entropy in function of $R$? If the scaling is not $R^2$, in ...
I really can't understand what Leonard Susskind means when he says that information is indestructible. Is that information that is lost, through the increase of entropy really recoverable? He ...