Here we briefly resume the idea, originally introduced in Phys. Rev. D 102, 106002 (2020), that the Bekenstein bound on entropy is a consequence of the fermionic nature of fundamental degrees of freedom, which arrange themselves to form matter and spacetime. The main point is discussed by means of a toy-model of black hole evaporation, which describes the dynamics of such degrees of freedom, called 𝑌ons. An intrinsic notion of interior/exterior of the black hole during the evaporation process is given and both von Neumann and black hole/environment entropies are computed.

Bekenstein bound from the Pauli principle: A brief introduction

Smaldone L.
Writing – Original Draft Preparation
2021-01-01

Abstract

Here we briefly resume the idea, originally introduced in Phys. Rev. D 102, 106002 (2020), that the Bekenstein bound on entropy is a consequence of the fermionic nature of fundamental degrees of freedom, which arrange themselves to form matter and spacetime. The main point is discussed by means of a toy-model of black hole evaporation, which describes the dynamics of such degrees of freedom, called 𝑌ons. An intrinsic notion of interior/exterior of the black hole during the evaporation process is given and both von Neumann and black hole/environment entropies are computed.
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