Is There a Relationship between Energy, Amount of Information and Temperature?

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Boris M. Menin

Abstract

Aims: To use the generally accepted formulas linking energy, temperature and information, and not requiring any additional restrictions, to introduce a practical numerical value of the energy of any specific object based on the amount of information and thermodynamic temperature.

Place and Duration of Study: Beer-Sheba, between January 2019 and July 2019.

Methodology: By combining the Landauer limit and Bekenstein’s proof that the amount of information of any physical system must be finite, if the object space and its energy are finite, the values of energy-matter and energy, based on the amount of information, were calculated for various elements of nature. In addition, a formula is presented for the energy of the universe containing these two components.

Results: The energy content of an object depends not only on its mass and speed. The value of the additional independent component, due to the amount of information contained in the object, is caused by its size and the ambient temperature. This component has never been considered in the scientific literature. This means that energy is inextricably linked with both the space and the thermodynamic component of Nature.

Conclusion: Using the generally accepted formulas linking energy, temperature and information and not requiring any additional restrictions, we have shown that it is possible to represent the energy of the universe on the basis of information theory.

Keywords:
Amount of information, Bekenstein bound, dark matter, energy, E=γ•m•c2, Landauer limit, university.

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How to Cite
M. Menin, B. (2019). Is There a Relationship between Energy, Amount of Information and Temperature?. Physical Science International Journal, 23(2), 1-9. https://doi.org/10.9734/psij/2019/v23i230148
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Original Research Article

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