[Fis] Possible sudentships to study theories of information

2016-03-31 Thread David.Chapman
Dear all, I hope you will excuse this, especially since I have not been active in the discussions of this group. (I wish I had more time to engage - I keep seeing interesting things in the messages but know that if I get involved my list of other things I should have done but haven't will grow

[Fis] _ Re: Fis Digest, Vol 24, Issue 46

2016-03-31 Thread Louis H Kauffman
Dear Rukhsan, You raise the most important issue. Quantum theory is embedded in all the matthematics that we have developed since the Greeks. All this mathematics contributes to our understanding of physics. It is possible that certain aspects of that mathematics will develop naturally into new

[Fis] _ Interlude: emotional shock

2016-03-31 Thread Karl Javorszky
In the present Interlude after the session chaired by Lou on Symmetry and before the coming one, allow me to enlarge on something Bruno raised. Bruno wrote: *Then this confirms the "computationalist theory of everything", which is given by any formalism, like Robinson Arithmetic (the rest

Re: [Fis] Fis Digest, Vol 24, Issue 46

2016-03-31 Thread Rukhsanulhaq
Dear All As Prof Kauffman has pointed out that there are many mysteries in quantum theory which need to be decoded. The measurement problem being the central one. And I agree with Prof Kauffman that taking the eigenvalue aspect of quantum theory seriously and relating to Lambda calculus can help

Re: [Fis] concluding by beginning

2016-03-31 Thread Dr. Plamen L. Simeonov
Dear FIS Fellows, I was also about writing some concluding remarks, since our time for math in bio is about to end this week, but realized that Lou was fast with an excellent final comment and list of references for postprocessing. I am happy that after some initial hesitation on the forum the


Dear FISers, Tomorrow we will start the new session on Infobiosemiotics, by Soeren Brier. Before so, let me pen some comments. First, to join Plamen and others in thanking Louis. Particularly interesting for me was his last text on recursive distinctioning. Quite curiously, an old work of