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On 05/04/01 05:30, Robin Faichney said this-
>I'm talking about the information that's
>intrinsic to every physical system, that Frieden and colleagues have used
>*successfully* to derive the laws of physics.
And, sure, I can understand that. But, if this intrinsic (is this
Fisher?) information is _not_ derived, and the law of physics issued
therefrom, of what significance is it, or could it possibly have?
Significance- 2. A meaning that is expressed.
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