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On 05/03/01 13:52, Robin Faichney said this-
>> I agree that until the information is _derived_ from whatever system that
>> process is resident within, it is without value and irrelevant.
>> That is far from saying it is not there.
>Considering the following quote from the same article, do you still
>insist that intrinsic information (J) is of no significance?
If having no derivation is of no significance, and I think that's fair to
say, then, yes. Of what significance is something that no-one knows?
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