Alpha Now, Omega Later : 3

Re: Theorems From Physics?

Bits of Synchronicity …

What kind of information process is scientific inquiry?

What kinds of information process are involved in the various types of inference — abductive, deductive, inductive — that go to make up scientific inquiry?

What kinds of information process are computation and proof?

Many types of deductive inference, including many kinds of computation and proof, don’t really change our state of information so much as increase the clarity of that information. Do we have any way to quantify clarity in the way we define measures of information?

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