As I understand it, the entropy inside a horizon, the black hole event horizon or the cosmological event horizon, is limited by the entropy proportional to the surface area of that horizon. My question is: does that entropy limit always allow the possibility for maximum entropy of the material inside - to a completely thermalized gas? Or would that horizon entropy limit prevent the complete dissipation of structure inside, in some cases?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Entropy limit inside event horizons

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