ASKING IF VACUUM ENERGY allows COMPUTATIONAL “BITS” PRESENT AT START OF COSMOLOGICAL EVOLUTION, and its possible ties into torsion physics

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Andrew W Beckwith

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Based on Torsion as given by de Sabbata and Sirvaram, Erice 1990 . The 1990 article claims that Torsion cancels Cosmological vacuum energy. We consider if relic black holes at the start of inflation may allow for the observed cosmological constant. Using the 1990 text if thermal energy is used at start of inflation creates conceptual issues, whereas an energy term based on Corda’s treatment of black holes may provide a solution. i.e. a left over cosmological constant 10^-121 times vacuum energy . Considerations as to how black hole physics may contribute to torsion and the cosmological constant are considered  in several numerical cases     Also we present entanglement entropy in the early universe with a  shrinking scale factor, due to Muller and Lousto , and show that there are consequences due to initial entanged for a time dependent horizon radius  in cosmology, with (flat space conditions)  for conformal time  . This construction preserves a minimum non zero vacuum energy, and in doing so keep the bits, for computational bits cosmological evolution. The bits are ascribed to initial torsion for reasons which we elaborate on in this manuscript

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Beckwith, A. (2024). ASKING IF VACUUM ENERGY allows COMPUTATIONAL “BITS” PRESENT AT START OF COSMOLOGICAL EVOLUTION, and its possible ties into torsion physics. Journal of the Tensor Society, 17(01). https://doi.org/10.56424/jts.v17i01.197
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