[ExI] Why stop at glutamate?
jasonresch at gmail.com
Thu Apr 13 23:34:08 UTC 2023
On Thu, Apr 13, 2023 at 2:39 PM Giovanni Santostasi <gsantostasi at gmail.com>
> And this is why there is zero energy in the universe, the universe is flat
> overall, we have perfect conservation laws, and mind-blowing symmetries all
> the way down.
> A good book to contemplate on these ideas is:
> It is a well-known fact among physicists and notwithstanding attempts like
> the above to popularize the idea so few non physicists grasp it. Here we
> are discussing referents when the entire universe came from nothing. If you
> can do it with the entire freaking universe you can do it with anything
On the topic of the zero information and cosmogeny, there's also the
fascinating result from information theory, that having all information is
equivalent to zero information. In a sense, there is an identity between
nothingness and a totality (when measured by information content). Russell
Standish wrote a free e-book on this topic:
I also describe this idea briefly here:
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