So I will share something interesting I just found - modular arithmetic:
Just some thoughts here but it may be that information, energy, and matter are basically the same thing (that is, information) at the highest level of reality but at the lower realms information bifucates into matter and energy. However matter and energy are just forms of information everything still being information.A question came to my mind.
- Is any energy needed to store/sustain an information?
From physics point of view, energy is needed to move/interact with any material things, while information is not matter.
My hypothesis is that if energy is not needed to store an information, then information can be self-sustained, for example in a way of famous information-"field". It doesn't need to be anywere, because dimensions are properties of matter, and information is not matter.
It just is.
On the other hand, the matter is not clearly defined. Perhaps it actually has some internal geometric structure about which we know almost nothing.From physics point of view, energy is needed to move/interact with any material things, while information is not matter.
At the same time, physics and axiomatic systems in mathematics are also somewhat for our eyes and brain. They describe certain aspects of reality, certain parts of it, but the whole is more than the sum of the parts, and in order to understand the whole, physics must probably do something like go beyond the schemes. For many years physics has operated in the same established patterns. In my opinion these patterns need to be broken, but this is only my opinion, and I am sometimes crazy.But this line is only for our eyes and brains, as a concept of something, those lines can equally well be infinitely short.
One of the Platonic ideas was expressed in the cave allegory. There are hidden dimensions, and these dimension do not have to be related to matter. They may be related to pure information, and only involving these extra dimensions we coul give meaning to information. Such hidden dimensions were the subject of the monograph that I co-authored and in the Burckhard Heim theory information is given a specific dimension (another dimension is given to "organization", which is a different thing than information).Perhaps for this purpose it is worthwhile to return to the world of Platonic ideas and expand this world? This I do not know. This is one of many possibilities I’ve been expanding lately. I’m curious about your suggestions.
It can be distance in 'nodes' of information while every node has no size and mass at all.Geometry of information may include the notion of a "distance", but that is not a distance that can be expressed in kilometers or hours.
If there are such things as "nodes"..It can be distance in 'nodes' of information while every node has no size and mass at all.
I know. Look at my quantum fractals:@ark And please do not treat algorithmic point of view as a hard science in sense of "its only bits and they order", algorithms can be used with random input as well, which can change everything.)
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