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Without Excuse

Without Excuse With his co authors information scientist Dr Werner Gitt provides the most rigorous and useful definition of information thus far He distinguishes this Universal Information real information from thi

  • Title: Without Excuse
  • Author: Werner Gitt
  • ISBN: 9781921643415
  • Page: 393
  • Format: Paperback
  • With his co authors, information scientist Dr Werner Gitt provides the most rigorous and useful definition of information thus far He distinguishes this Universal Information real information from things often mistakenly called information, and shows how ultimately all biological information comes from God Gitt s evangelist heart also shines through this academically rWith his co authors, information scientist Dr Werner Gitt provides the most rigorous and useful definition of information thus far He distinguishes this Universal Information real information from things often mistakenly called information, and shows how ultimately all biological information comes from God Gitt s evangelist heart also shines through this academically rigorous work The author is Werner Gitt, in cooperation with Bob Compton Jorge Fernandez.

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    1. Yibbie on said:

      How important is information? What is information? Can you define it? Really define it? Is that definition clear enough to be the basis of a scientific law? That is the arduous task Werner Gitt has undertaken, and he accomplishes it admirably. Now I'm not a biologist or a scientist of any kind. I struggle with rather basic biological concepts and terms. That said, as detailed and rigorous as this book is, I was able to understand even grasp the majority of it. He uses numerous understandable ill [...]

    2. Jason Mccool on said:

      J Warner Wallace first brought up some key points from this book in one of his podcasts a while back, and it intrigued me, but I couldn't remember his source. This year I went to a class where he did a presentation on the teleological argument for the existence of God and he referenced this again, so I immediately ordered the book. It's interesting in that information is something we tend to recognize when we see it (or hear it), but is still difficult to categorize and quantify. We see a movie [...]

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