Entropy has an associated energy quantity that has negative pressure (cosmologically... spacetime).(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

How does one calculate the quantity of this (negative?) energy from the entropy?

Given that an event horizon has maximal entropy, would this produce significant repulsion?

Anyway, I'd like to know how to calculate the quantity of this energy from the quantity of entropy.

Thanks

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# Quantifying Negative Energy from Entropy

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