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AdAp > Volume 5, Number 4, November 2020

Quantised Inertia and Galaxy Rotation from Information

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DOI: 10.22606/adap.2020.54002

Author(s)
M. E. McCulloch
Affiliation(s)
University of Plymouth, PL4 8AA, UK
Abstract
The theory of quantised inertia (QI) can predict galaxy rotations without dark matter. It is shown here that QI can be derived from Landauer’s principle by assuming that bits of information are stored in the distances between objects and the horizons they see.
Keywords
Quantised inertia, Information, Galaxy rotation
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