The video asks, “Where in your experience do things like language, proofreading, nanomachines, and information-rich code come from? You know the answer.”
The nonsense will cease eventually. But eventually is a long way off, if Barbieri’s dilemma is any guide.
Theoretical biologist Marcello Barbieri finds that many biologists see information in life forms as something that “does not really belong to science.”
In a conversation with Lex Fridman, Magnus Carlsen betrays no sense of empathy for how his view that life is an accident might negatively impact others.
Imagine a system where heat flows from a hot region to a cold region under the constraint of the traditional second law of thermodynamics.