Brent Meeker wrote:
> It's a somewhat beyond my expertise, but as I understand these theories of
> cosmogony it's analogous to Hawking radiation: Pair production produces a
> virtual quantum particle/anti-particle pair. Inflation is so rapid that it
> pulls them apart and provides the energy to make the virtual particles real
> particles. They are entangled but they are now separated by billions of
> lightyears. So the information (complexity) of the world we see can in
> principle be cancelled out (net zero information as well as matter) as in a
> quantum erasure experiment, but in practice we cannot access the entangled
> particle to do so.
> I think this idea of a zero-information universe is implicit in the MWI of
> QM. Whenever a random event happens it provides information (per Shannon's
Only inasmuch as other events are causally related to it. If you have
but random events, you would have maximum information by the
Shannon/Entropy measure, and by the Kolmogorov/Chaitin measure...
however by the "information is always information about something"
(and the "information is a difference that makes a difference"
you would have no information at all!
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