> Dear Ray,
> thank you for your post.
> The premise though is of in-formed and
> holographically manifest reality.
Ray: no problem.
> Whilst indeed digital information is 1 and 0
> anything in physical reality can be so expressed.
> Yes DNA is comprised of four chemicals - C N O H,
> but as the book shows, all quantised energy-matter
> can be so expressed in digital informational
Ray: True, but if base 4 DNA information is recoded to base 2 digital, information may be lost.
> Don't forget that the pixelation size of universal
> digitised information is at the Planck scale,
> which at 10-35m is vastly smaller than the quantum
> level of wave-particle energy-matter.
> Just as when the pixel size of an image of a wave
> is very small the wave looks continuous; so when
> the Planck scale digital information is aggregated
> to the quantum scale both the particle and
> apparently analog wave aspects of a quantum entity
> can be described.
Ray: do doubt it can be done, but analog to digital transforms lose information. The Fourier transformations that change speech into bits and back again typically do so with high frequency loss.
> Also on a universal basis both sequential and
> parallel processing are possible given the tiny
> pixelation size of information and the much larger
> scale we perceive it represented as.
Ray: on a universal basis, yes, but in humans, only "sort of." Human information processing can be emulated by computer with serial processing going very fast, but the simulation will only approximate human processing.
> warmest regards,
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 12-Nov-17 17:26 by drrayeye.