Schedule Feb 29, 2008
Several Routes to Determining Entropy Generation in the Early Universe
Andrew Beckwith (TcSAM)

We analyze how entropy could be generated via a semi classical argument as well as by multiple brane- anti brane combinations leading to an initial soliton-instanton formation. The supposition is that the two different types of methods give similar initial conditions for entropy and information/ computational bits of information in the initial universe. We close then with observations we think are pertinent to entropy increase and also the variation of statistical noise about the CMBR spectra This is compared to Dr. Smoot's table of results with computational bits for cosmological evolutionary complexity, as well as presenting how a 5 dimensional instanton may factor in for transfer of energy/ matter from a prior to the present universe.

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