The Unruh Effect predicts that a uniformly accelerating observer in a vacuum field (full of perturbations) will observe an effective temperature. We know that space is expanding at an accelerating rate. My question is then, in all inertial reference frames would all 'observers' in the universe hypothetically observe this temperature? Could the observation of this temperature be the missing microstates from within blackholes which leads to the information paradox?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# The Unruh Effect and Expansion of the Universe

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