Three scientists and their gods: looking for meaning in an age of information

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Times Books, 1988 - Science - 324 pages
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Examines the concepts of information, meaning, and purpose, describes the function of information at various levels of organization, and discusses the theories of Edward Fredkin, Edward O. Wilson, and Kenneth Blouding

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Three scientists and their gods: looking for meaning in an age of information

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This is the story of three extraordinary people: Ed Fredkin, who developed the startling theory that the universe itself is a computer; sociobiologist E.O. Wilson, who searches for a link between ... Read full review

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I want to be the very first to point to this masterpiece, to help people understand the events that have taken place in the world this November 2016 and beyond, as it relates to God' message to the world.
Mr Wright, you are a part of the history of mankind in a way I doubt you ever imagined.
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Contents

Flying Solo
3
Fredkins Island
7
A Finely Mottled Universe
21
Copyright

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