Re: Information

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    On Sun, May 06, 2001 at 04:50:05PM -0400, Wade T.Smith wrote:
    > Hi Robin Faichney -
    > >But for me, if its use allows
    > >the laws of physics to be derived, then it's significant.
    > I don't think I'm any too entrenched here to mention that something has
    > to be _used_ (that is, apprehended and understood and engaged) first
    > (regardless of when or how anything is derived) to then be significant....
    > And, unless I'm horribly mistaken, we're almost over the semantic butte.
    > (No, that's a sacred burial mound.)
    > (Well, it sure is purty....)

    I think we might be "over it" too. See my post in reply to Joe concerning
    J as an *amount* of information.

    Robin Faichney
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