Unfortunately, it will not be available in braille and I doubt whether the NLB will have it available in audio form. Amazon does not say an audio version is available.Quote
May I suggest that as the book takes the time to both explain all of this and provide supporting evidence across many fields of research and scales of existence, that if possible you might consider reading it?
thank you for your reply. Information is a human word and its origins go back to ancient roman times. I looked up a definition:Quote
I explain in the book, information is becoming understood as more fundamental than energy-matter and space-time which are being seen as emergent phenomena of information expressed as these in complementary ways: universally conserved as energy-matter and entropically as space-time.
The only species to have acquired the ability to use language is our human species and we have been finding out how things work, what they are made of, how to improve – and sometimes make worse – the means to survive and, for instance, travel. I struggle to see how the facts learned can be said to be ‘more fundamental’ than the factswhich, it seems, remain the same, whether we understand them fully or not. Hmmmm!!Quote
facts provided or learned about something or someone.
"a vital piece of information"
Is this description finding its way into mainstream physics, astronomy, etc, I wonder?Quote
This points the way not only to reconciling quantum and relativity theories but, by restating the laws of physics as informational algorithms and restating the laws of thermodynamics as laws of infodynamics shows how the Universe can exist and evolve as a unified entity.
Is there a link to follow-up Qs and As or discussions on line?Quote
And a few months ago, I did address the National Space Development Conference in St Louis speaking on the cosmic hologram and did speak to NASA astronauts and engineers who were were very receptive to its message.