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Entropy and Black Holes in the Very Early Universe

@inproceedings{Banks2021EntropyAB,
  title={Entropy and Black Holes in the Very Early Universe},
  author={Thomas Banks and Willy Fischler},
  year={2021}
}
Model independent arguments following from the Covariant Entropy Principle imply that causal diamonds in the very early universe were entirely filled with a single equilibrated system with finite entropy. A universe where this condition persists forever has no localized excitations. Our own universe appears to be headed toward such a state. Within a few hundred times its current age it will approach a state where our local group of galaxies sit in empty de Sitter space. Eventually, the local… Expand

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