Matti Pitkanen (email@example.com)
Sat, 29 May 1999 08:37:32 +0300 (EET DST)
> >You are right.
> >> snip
> >> > [MP] Information concept is paradoxical and allows several
> >> > interpretations.
> >> >
> >> > a) One could say that entanglement entropy measures
> >> > amount of illusions, the uncertainy of subsystem about its own state:
> >> > entanglement entropy would measure disinformation.
> >> > In quantum jump subsystem is enlightened and goes to entropy zero state.
> >> >
> >> > b) On the other hand, one could associate to subsystem information as
> >> > *entanglement negentropy gain*= entanglement entropy in quantum jump
> >> > with this interpretation entanglement entropy becomes information.
> >> > In order to get enlightned one muust first generate illusions,
> >> > the more illusions one has managed to generate, the better are changes
> >> > for enlightment!
> >> >
> >> > Hopeless!!
[MP] One could understand the paradoxical situation by noticing that
entanglement entropy is disinformation from the point of view of subsystem
whereas entanglement entropy is information from the point of view of
entire system = subsystem+complement: it is information contained in
the subsystem complement relationship.
One can express the apparent paradox using religious language. Moment
of consciousness is moment of mercy, miracles happens: the
worst sinner has the best changes to experience moment of mercy.
I have heard about some religious sect whose members make sin deliberabely
to experience the moment of mercy!
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