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What is a smallest system which can be considered a 'measurement device' in terms of CI. How many atoms does it consist of?
What is a smallest system which can be considered a 'measurement device' in terms of CI. How many atoms does it consist of?
What is a smallest system which can be considered a 'measurement device' in terms of CI. How many atoms does it consist of?
I think that they still exist, but that most of them prefer to shut up and calculate.Looks like there are no people left who believe in CI :)
The key is to go from a realist birds view of symmetries of nature, to an instrinsic frogs view. To make this strange suggestion work, the implication is that all structures are evolving, and it's not evolving globally as per some objective law. It evolves differentially as per subjective(or local, meaning almsot the same thing here) beliefs. The result is both evolving beliefs, and evolving evolution rules.
The similarly to GR, dynamics in spacetime and dynamics OF spacetime is clear, but I'm picturing taking it yet another step, to apply to generic structures, in an intrisic information view.