What is emergent gravity? How does it differ from the current theory? What is it analogous to?

Mudassir Ali
Feb 15, 2020 05:32 AM 0 Answers
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Mudassir Ali
- Feb 15, 2020 05:32 AM

“Entropic gravity, also known as emergent gravity, is a theory in modern physics that describes gravity as an entropic force—a force with macro-scale homogeneity but which is subject to quantum-level disorder—and not a fundamental interaction. The theory, based on string theory, black hole physics, and quantum information theory, describes gravity as an emergent phenomenon that springs from the quantum entanglement of small bits of spacetime information”. Read more here.

There is an interesting review about Emergent Gravity in following article:

“This is also often referred to as a “holographic” entropy because it demonstrates that all what happens inside the volume can entirely be encoded on its surface. The additional entropy that Verlinde introduces instead grows with the volume itself”.

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