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Abstract: When the difference between changes in energy and entropy at a giventemperature is correlated with the ratio between the same changes in energy andentropy at zero average free energy of an ensemble of similar but distinctmolecule-sized objects, a highly significant linear dependence results fromwhich a relationship between energy and entropy is derived and the degree ofsimilarity between the distinctly different members within the group of objectscan be quantified. This fundamental energy-entropy relationship is likely to beof general interest in physics, most notably in particle physics and cosmology.We predict a consistent and testable way of classifying mini black holes, to begenerated in future Large Hadron Collider experiments, by their gravitationalenergy and area entropy. For any isolated universe we propose absolutetemperature and absolute time to be equivalent, much in the same way as energyand entropy are for an isolated ensemble of similar objects. According to thisprinciple, the cosmological constant is the squared product of absolute timeand absolute temperature. The symmetry break into a time component and atemperature component of the universe takes place when the first irreversiblemovement occurs owing to a growing accessed total volume.



Author: Petr Zimak, Silvia Terenzi, Peter Strazewski

Source: https://arxiv.org/



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