Tag: Conservation of Information
Trends in Philosophy of Science: What Does “Semantic Information” Mean?
Theorists hope to alleviate a deficiency in Shannon information theory, which dealt only with the structure of a communication, not its semantics.
Population Genetics: What It Is and Why It Matters
Some have claimed that for humans the coalescence to one (or first coalescent) does not happen for well over a million years back in time, calling into question the idea of a single-couple human origin.
A Cambrian Explosion…of Robots?
According to Wired, a new epoch has begun, and it is driven by intelligent design.
Conservation of Information and Coevolution: New BIO-Complexity Article by Ewert and Marks
Biologists often claim that coevolutionary interactions, as with bees and flowers, can alter the fitness landscape to drive evolutionary changes.