Hi! As I understand it, Quantum Information Theory is an attempt to apply the Classical Information Theory (i.e 0's and 1's) into the Quantum realm of superpositions. I recently came across a fascinating interpretation of QIT wherein it was described as possibly the law that effectively says that 'information, once it has been generated can never be destroyed. So if ordered information is generated, then even if it leaks out of the system into the environment, it will still exist. The only thing that will change would be that the information would be harder to reassimilate into its original ordered state' For example- if a drop of ink is dropped into a container of water, the information stored inside that ink drop would still exist even in the diffused state. The information cannot be destroyed. Am I thinking correctly? And if I am, is the following statement correct- - Information once created, can never be destroyed. Shedding some light on this matter would be really helpful...also any metaphysical consequences of the above argument would be welcome!