The holographic principle claims that physics on the surface of a sphere determines the physics inside the volume enclosed by that sphere. And in particular, the entropy calculated from the surface of the sphere limits the entropy inside the sphere. If so, then entropy per unit volume would go as the surface area of a sphere divided by the volume of the sphere, or ~r^2/r^3 = 1/r. So if the entropy per volume must diminish when considering larger and larger volumes, then does this imply that with a large enough universe, there must exist improbable complexities such as life? Does the expansion of the universe force a lower entropy state/volume on the average?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Holographic principle responsible for life?

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