Re: [Fis] It-from-Bit and information interpretation of QM

2015-06-26 Thread Andrei Khrennikov
Dear all, I think that Wheeler's it from bit was the great step in physics, it was the basis of modern information interpretations of QM, due to Zeilinger and Brukner, and Quantum subjective probability interpretation of QM, QBism of Fuchs. yours, andrei Andrei Khrennikov, Professor of

[Fis] It-from-Bit and information interpretation of QM

2015-06-26 Thread Marcus Abundis
Dear Andrei, I would ask for clarification on whether you speak of information in your examples as something that has innate meaning or something that is innately meaningless . . . which has been a core issue in earlier exchanges. If this issue of meaning versus meaningless in the use of the

Re: [Fis] It-from-Bit and information interpretation of QM

2015-06-26 Thread Terrence W. DEACON
Dear Marcus, Thank you for this simple and absolutely essential intervention. Allowing ourselves the freedom to use the same term—'information' which is the defining term for this entire enterprise—for such different relationships as intrinsic signal properties and extrinsic referential and

Re: [Fis] It-from-Bit and information interpretation of QM

2015-06-26 Thread John Collier
Dear folks, I believe that information in itself must be interpreted, and is not, therefore intrinsically meaningful. The addition requires, I think, semiotics. Without that there are mere mechanical relations, and at best codes that translate one domain to another without understanding or

[Fis] QM and information

2015-06-26 Thread Andrei Khrennikov
Dear Marcus, I would ask for clarification on whether you speak of information in your examples as something that has innate meaning or something that is innately meaningless . . . which has been a core issue in earlier exchanges. If this issue of meaning versus meaningless in

Re: [Fis] Ada Lovelace inspires a question: why are so few women in FIS list?

2015-06-26 Thread Pedro C. Marijuan
Dear Moises, Ken, and FIS colleagues, it is nice returning to the main discussion topic. First, I would like to reply about your point on the presence of women in FIS. Well, some of them have been involved almost from the very beginning. I will give some names: Deborah Conrad (involved in