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Hans Christian Von Baeyer quotes: The problem of defining exactly what is meant by the signal velocity, which cropped up as long ago as 1907, has not been solved. The problem of defining exactly what is meant by the signal velocity, which cropped up as long ago as 1907, has not been solved.
Hans Christian Von Baeyer quotes: If quantum communication and quantum computation are to flourish, a new information theory will have to be developed. If quantum communication and quantum computation are to flourish, a new information theory will have to be developed.
Hans Christian Von Baeyer quotes: The smell of subjectivity clings to the mechanical definition of complexity as stubbornly as it sticks to the definition of information. The smell of subjectivity clings to the mechanical definition of complexity as stubbornly as it sticks to the definition of information.
Hans Christian Von Baeyer quotes: Underneath the shifting appearances of the world as perceived by our unreliable senses, is there, or is there not, a bedrock of objective reality? Underneath the shifting appearances of the world as perceived by our unreliable senses, is there, or is there not, a bedrock of objective reality?
Hans Christian Von Baeyer quotes: Numbers instill a feeling for the lie of the land, and furnish grist for the mathematical mill that is the physicist's principal tool. Numbers instill a feeling for the lie of the land, and furnish grist for the mathematical mill that is the physicist's principal tool.
Hans Christian Von Baeyer quotes: The switch from 'steam engines' to 'heat engines' signals the transition from engineering practice to theoretical science. The switch from 'steam engines' to 'heat engines' signals the transition from engineering practice to theoretical science.
Hans Christian Von Baeyer quotes: In order to understand information, we must define it; bit in order to define it, we must first understand it. Where to start? In order to understand information, we must define it; bit in order to define it, we must first understand it. Where to start?
Hans Christian Von Baeyer quotes: Science has taught us that what we see and touch is not what is really there. Science has taught us that what we see and touch is not what is really there.
Hans Christian Von Baeyer quotes: Entropy is not about speeds or positions of particles, the way temperature and pressure and volume are, but about our lack of information. Entropy is not about speeds or positions of particles, the way temperature and pressure and volume are, but about our lack of information.