Sunday, March 05, 2006

IKI – Infinity Kills Information


Because information is repeatable and identifiable process – and to identify you need to measure and compare attributes. And it means, that you need to differ one entity from the other to detect its uniqueness.

But in an infinity you’ll never able to decide, if an item is unique, because you’ll never able to compare it with all the other items – the necessary precondition for ensuring the uniqueness.

And since information is action, information processing is work – inevitably both need time. So you can’t consider information without considering time. Put this together with an infinite set of items or simply a huge mass of items, needing more time to compare than your information processing system has...

and you see, that your system lost the information, which may be there.

IKI – infinity kills information.


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