A blank sheet of paper falling into a black hole would increase the area of the event horizon and the increase in area would be associated with an increase in the entropy of the black hole.If I cut away bits of a heavier sheet to write some sentences,and the cut sheet had the same mass as before, the increase in area of the event horizon would be the same as before,and would not reflect the fact that the sheet carried information.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I would have to conclude that, in fact, the area of the horizon does

not say anything about the information that went into a black hole and

that as far as black holes are concerned, entropy and information are

not linked.

Is this sound logic?

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# Entropy and black holes

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