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The Universal Membrane – part two


The Universal Membrane – part two By Robert M. DePaolo Certain Systems… A basic component of Information Theory is “noise,” which refers to un-systematized elements without a regulatory code or repeatable, predictable interactive capacity. Information is always defined as a reduction in noise – which is often expressed as “uncertainty.” (Ash, 1990). Once noise is […]

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