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1. ## Is Quantum event proportional to Entropy?

That makes sense, because it would take more information to specify the state of the universe now, than right after the Big Bang. So, where is this new information coming from? Quantum events are fundamentally probabilistic. so no matter how well you knew the initial situation you could not predict the outcome. So when ever such event occurs new information is created.
2. ## Is Quantum event proportional to Entropy?

Entropy is a measure of the disorder of a system. The higher the disorder in a system the higher the entropy. In terms of matter there is more disorder in gas state then there is in solid state. As entropy indicates disorder or randomness of a system it also takes more information to describe higher entropy system. It would take less information to describe the structure of matter in solid state then in gas state as solid state is way less disorderly .So the higher the entropy is the more random it would be and the more information it would contain .As such entropy would be proportional to information If we take entropy as being proportional to information then information is not constant as Entropy is not constant. The Second Law of Thermodynamics states that the state of entropy of the entire universe, as an isolated system, will always increase over time. If Entropy is increasing then information in universe is also increasing. Let's say it is Quantum mechanics for which information is increasing. Quantum mechanics describes how the 12 fundamental particles behave. But it is a probabilistic theory. Because fundamentally it is random, new information is being created every time a quantum event occurs. In that case it could be these quantum measurement which are increasing the entropy of the universe as they are creating new information. The higher the entropy the higher the information if fundamentally quantum events are what is creating said information then entropy might be proportional to quantum events. So the number of quantum event might be proportional to the number of entropy. Indicating that if there is a high entropy count then there will be more quantum events. Then the highest entropy spot might be where most of quantum events are taking place. Stephen Hawking showed that black holes emit radiation known as Hawking radiation. By this hawking confirmed that black holes have entropy. He also determined how much entropy they have. The super massive black hole at the center of the Milky Way has about 10 to the 91 Boltzmann constants of entropy. That is 1000 times as much as the early observable universe, and 10 times more than all the other particles combined. And that is just one black hole. All black holes together account for 3 times 10 to the 104 Boltzmann constant of entropy. So almost all the entropy on the universe is tied up in black holes. So, Hawking's radiation being very high entropy, should hold most quantum events of the universe.
3. ## Is Quantum event proportional to Entropy?

Information entropy is a concept from information theory. It tells how much information there is in an event. In general, the more certain or deterministic the event is, the less information it will contain. More clearly stated, information is an increase in uncertainty or entropy. If we take entropy as being information then information is not constant as Entropy is not constant. The Second Law of Thermodynamics states that the state of entropy of the entire universe, as an isolated system, will always increase over time. If Entropy is increasing then information in universe is also increasing. Let's say it is Quantum mechanics for which information is increasing. Quantum mechanics describes how the 12 fundamental particles behave. But It is a probabilistic theory. Because fundamentally it is random, new information is being created every time a quantum event occurs. In that case it could be these quantum measurement which are increasing the entropy of the universe as they are creating new information. So the uncertainty of quantum particles might be proportional to the number of entropy .Indicating that if there is a high entropy count then there will be more quantum events. Stephen Hawking showed that black holes emit radiation known as Hawking radiation. By this hawking confirmed that black holes have entropy. He also determined how much entropy they have. The super massive black hole at the center of the Milky Way has about 10 to the 91 Boltzmann constants of entropy. That is 1000 times as much as the early observable universe, and 10 times more than all the other particles combined. And that is just one black hole. All black holes together account for 3 times 10 to the 104 Boltzmann constant of entropy. So almost all the entropy on the universe is tied up in black holes. So, Hawking's radiation being very high entropy, should hold most quantum events of the universe.
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