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Deriving General Relativity from Considerations on Quantum Information

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From a theory of an abstract quantum information the theory of general relativity can be deduced by means of few and physically good founded reasons. “Abstract” quantum information means that primarily no special meaning is connected with it. Therefore it is named with a new denotation: Protyposis. From the Protyposis and by using group-theoretical methods follows a cosmological model, which has an isotropic and homogeneous metric and solves the so-called cosmological problems. The Protyposis is subject to an equation of states for energy density and pressure that fulfils all the energy conditions and that also gives an explanation for the “dark energy.” If it is demanded that the relations between the spacetime structure and the material content in it should remain valid also for variations from this ideal cosmology, then general relativity results from this quantum theoretical considerations as being a description for local inhomogenities of spacetime.
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Keywords: ABSTRACT QUANTUM INFORMATION; BEKENSTEIN-HAWKING-ENTROPY; COSMOLOGICAL PROBLEMS; COSMOLOGICAL TERM; COSMOLOGY; DARK ENERGY; GENERAL RELATIVITY; HOLOGRAPHIC PRINCIPLE; PROTYPOSIS

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 01 February 2011

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