Every "apparent" event horizon is really a separation of two
universes, where the outside universe is entangled geometrically with
the inside universe. The Hubble volume is sitting inside of an
expanding supermassive black hole, of another universe. However, by
the uncertainty principle, this means the "outside universe" is
"really" simultaneously in a superposition of a large but countably
finite many possible universes (i.e. bitstates), with the net
information between the "inside" and "outside" views cancelling out to
zero. Equivalently, every "classical" black hole is really in a
microscopic superposition of countably finite many bitstates, again
with the net information "inside" and "outside" cancelling zero.
However, it cannot converge to a singularity, because it cannot encode
"bitstates" forever in the same volume, therefore it must leak
information in the form of "photons" (i.e. Hawking radiation).

Equivalently, the Hubble volume receives information one photon at a
time from the "outside" in the form of cosmic background radiation,
that information being about the prior state of the otherwise casually
disconnected universe. (i.e. CMB == Hawking radiation). The
equivalence principle implies length contraction and time dilation.
Gravity mediated by photons is the single fundamental force of the
universe. All other sources of apparent information and causal
connectivity (i.e. all other forces) are the result of the initial
state of the universe at the Big Bang, the only true singularity. The
laws of the universe are extremely simple.

This is the digital unification of GR and QM.  What do you think?

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