• Entropy is simply a quantitative measure of what the second law of thermodynamics describes: the spreading of energy until it is evenly spread. The meaning of entropy is different in different fields.
  • The entropy of an object is a measure of the amount of energy which is unavailable to do work. Entropy is also a measure of the number of possible arrangements the atoms in a system can have. In this sense, entropy is a measure of uncertainty or randomness.
  • Gravity tries to keep things together through attraction and thus tends to lower statistical entropy. The universal law of increasing entropy (2nd law of thermodynamics) states that the entropy of an isolated system which is not in equilibrium will tend to increase with time, approaching a maximum value at equilibrium.
  • Experiments Show Gravity Is Not an Emergent Phenomenon. The way gravity effects quantum particles proves that it cannot be an emergent phenomenon. 
  • One of the most exciting ideas in modern physics is that gravity is not a traditional force, like electromagnetic or nuclear forces.
  • ENTROPY IS THE BINARY INTERACTIVE OF GRAVITY.
  • There are three fundamental constants of nature:
  • 1st:  The speed of light constant.  (C).
  • 2nd:  The gravitational constant.  (G).  Which connects mass and spacetime curvature.
  • 3rd:  Planck’s constant  (h).  Which connects photon energy and frequency.
  • These three constants are joined to form Planck’s Link.  (A very small linkage between  quantum mechanics and light waves/packets.)  This linkage causes the electromagnetic field to emit  both a smooth and a continuous wave and a bunch of discrete packets of energy.  This is the quantum physics of light.
  • ALL THINGS ARE TRIUNE, WITH BINARY INTERACTIVES.
  •  Spacetime is built up of quantum entanglement. This implies that quantum entanglement is the fundamental property that gives rise to spacetime. … The Einstein equation for gravity can emerge from the entanglement first law.
  • The information for the quantum gravity entanglement field resides on the flip side of the fabric of the spacetime field.
  • From there, gravity combines with its binary entropic force field to evenly spread throughout the universe.
  •  Gravity should function in the same way. Gravitons should be involved with gravitational waves.
  • . CURRENT ATTEMPTS AT PUTTING GRAVITY & QUANTUM MECHANICS  TOGETHER, INCLUDE:
  • 1st:  String theory (particles are single strings that vibrate in a hundred + ways.)
  • 2nd:  M theory.  (a generalized string theory.)  Both theories require eleven dimensions to get the math to come out right.
  • 3rd:  Loop quantum gravity.   A spin quantum lattice network within spacetime.
  • Good luck with all three theories.
  • Gravity  emerges from empty space, born out of the complicated physics of the vacuum of empty space.
  • The origin of gravity occured at the instant of the big bang when it combined with a holographic principle and an entropic force.   It caused gas  within the clouds to start clumping up.  Mass was growing up within these clouds, into stars, galaxies, clusters, etc.  It also built a superstructure.
  • Gravity makes entropy work in unexpected ways.
  • Gravity is just an expression of the second law of thermodynamics.  Gravity is an entropic force, an expression of its tendency of coming together.
  • Where is the quantum information for gravity to be found?
  • It is in a 3D hologram information repository residing in empty space that combines entropy equilibrium and gravity into a dynamic system.  It pervades all of space.
  • All volumes of space stores gravity information in this manner.
  • All things are triune, with binary interactives, so:
  • The key to quantum gravity is to combine three things into one, so that they can interact with all else.
  • 1.  The universal force of gravity.
  • 2.  The existence of curved spacetime.
  • 3.   Gravity combines with a balanced entropy force.
  • Spacetime tells matter how to move.
  • Matter tells spacetime how to curve.
  • Gravity puts things together, holds things in place, and curves space.
  • Every picture tell a story, don’t it.
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