shamebear (shamebear) wrote in theory_research,

On information content in a relativistic quantum mechanics setting

This recent paper on loss of entanglement in non-inertial frames, together with this one on quantum information had me thinking.

The first article states that entanglement is observer-dependent in non-inertial frames, the second article links entanglement and the available information. What I'm wondering is:
Is it non-trivial that the information available to an observer in a given space-time point is dependent on the observers acceleration?

It seems like an important question if you wonder about the information content of a spacetime volume, which indicates how much it takes to describe that volume which in turn indicates the complexity of the visible world or what is actually there. (barring "hidden variables" ala the EPR paradox)
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