Quantum Physics


Redefined Information Leading to Matter and Energy

Authors: Martin Alpert

In this paper we define information as any observable difference which exists only at boundaries. We hypothesize, based on this, that matter (particle) is composed of many small interfaces (differences) in space and energy becomes a function of the distribution of differences (distinguishability) and no differences (indistinguishability). Based on this definition of information, superposition in quantum mechanics will be shown to be analogous to statistical thermodynamics. An observable consists of two processes: the observation which is limited by the uncertainty equation, ΔE Δt ≥ h and the entropy change in the observer. When combined, these are shown to result in a modified Heisenberg Uncertainty.

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[v1] 29 Jun 2011

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