Open Access Research Article Article ID: AMP-6-197

    All physical information is discretely connected from the beginning and all geometrical appearance is a delayed statistical consequence

    Wolfgang Orthuber *

    Information is physically measurable as a selection from a set of possibilities, the domain of information. This defines the term "information". The domain of the information must be known together reproducibly beforehand. As a practical consequence, digital information exchange can be made globally efficient, interoperable, and searchable to a large extent by online definition of application-optimized domains of information. There are even more far-reaching consequences for physics. The purpose of this article is to present prerequisites and possibilities for a physical approach that is consistent with the precise definition of information. This concerns not only the discretization of the sets of possible experimental results but also the order of their definition over time. The access to or comparison with the domain of information is more frequent, the earlier it was defined. The geometrical appearance of our space is apparently a delayed statistical consequence of a very frequent connection with the common primary domain of information. 


    Published on: Nov 9, 2023 Pages: 159-172

    Full Text PDF Full Text HTML DOI: 10.17352/amp.000097
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