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Information also increase as we get close to boundaries. The second law of thermodynamics indicates that in a closed system, with the passage of time entropy increases while order decreases. In an organized system, information is limited to the structural data of the system. On the contrary, in a structure-less and chaotic system, information is invariant and maximal. In fact, information and organization have a complementarity relation with each other. Quantum vacuum has maximum information (the proposed singularity in this model). As we pass the boundaries and enter space-time, specification and structural organization begins, and the amount of information decreases respectively.

Information and the Big Bang

entropy of a system is proportional to the square of its energy. Since we have assumed the singularity has infinite energy entropy should have been maximal at the time of the Big Bang. At the seed universe has been so small (Planck size) and information has been maximal. inflation started by a factor of at least 1078 in volume, driven by a negative-pressure vacuum energy density. It lasted from 10−36 seconds after the Big Bang to sometime between 10−33 and 10−32 seconds. Inflation and rapid expansion drastically diluted the information so we may consider the early universe to have low entropy. 

It has been suggested that because because entropy have to increase with time, early universe should have low entropy.The heat death of the early universe is also suggested, in which a state of no thermodynamic free energy existed and therefore the universe could no longer sustain energy consumption. Here we are assuming that at the initial condition, space,time,or particles (structures) haven't been present. Therefore information could be maximal. 
Please note that energy is not the only factor needed to form the universe. Laws of physics were also essential. Information should have been abundant as part of the initial condition. 

Information and Microcosm

The information at the proximity of internal boundaries of space-time increases rapidly. This can be observed at the scale of the ultra small. In Compton scattering, as Feynman's diagrams indicate, the probability of different modes of scattering are endless. This means that there are infinite data available for infinite possible variations of events.

infinite Feynman Diagrams

On the other hand quantum superposition of states requires a tremendous amount of information. One can claim, as we move farther from the Planck arena and get close to classical domain state reduction vastly limit the information.

Quantum fluctuation in ultra small scale is another indication for presence of abundant information.

Outer Boundaries and Holographic Universe

Holographic universe theory is gaining popularity amongst the theoretical physicists. The theory postulates that the information of a three dimensional space is coded at the two dimensional boundaries of that space. For example, the information of a small room is present at its walls. For larger space because it contains more structure obviously the information coded at its boundaries is increased. The boundaries of a galaxy contains huge amount of information. With the same token boundaries of the universe contains maximum amount of energy


In this section, I have demonstrated how grey zones appear at the inner and outer boundaries of the universe and how upon approaching these boundaries, the three elements of space-time become pale and information and energy gradually prevail. More evidences can be derived and presented to show how the intermingling of elements between the proposed singularity and space-time appears gradually around the boundaries.



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