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Thread #59418   Message #3078002
Posted By: Amos
19-Jan-11 - 01:23 PM
Thread Name: BS: The Mother of all BS threads
Subject: RE: BS: The Mother of all BS threads
Well, that's fine, thanks for explaining, but there is an even more critical flaw in thenotion of It=mh2/1e79 and your accompanying explanation. One, I might add, which is revelatory in its nature.

The total information in the universe is not a function of mass.
Even if you take the totally wrong-headed approach of using an index of binary bits of data, which is wrong for different reasons, you will not measure the resultant if your algorithm is dependent on mass. First of all, for example, consider that the universe was limited to just one solar system, with one viabler planet, as a thought experiment. Although this would reduce the total mass by several orders of magnitude, it is immediately evident that given the same number life-units viewing the reduced array of mass, the same amount (approaching infinity) of information would be generated in a longer time. Reduce it to one particle in space and the T component also approaches infinity, but the curve of total information still approaches infinity.

But, contrariwise, reduce the number of life units to, say, ten, and leave the universe as it is otherwise, and you will find the curve of total possible information rising to a measurable peak and then falling away!

THerefore, it is clear the approach of a function depending on PLanck's k and mass is doomed to wander forever in the vale of unclarity, shedding only heat and no light.

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