About: Introduces information theory, explaining how theorists believe that information is a fundamental element of the physical world and can offer insights into physics, the nature of space and time, and the creation of the universe.
About: An accessible introduction to information theory and its relevance within modern scientific circles explains how theorists now believe that information is a fundamental element of the physical world and can offer new insights into the mysteries of physics, the nature of space and time, and the creation and destruction of the universe.
About: Starting from the characteristics of information, this book discusses in detail the information theory and quantum computing and shows us an unbelievable Byzantine universe scenario, involving the essence of life, thermodynamics, relativity, quantum mechanics, black holes, multiple universes, and the fate of the universe.
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