Information, Intelligence, and the Origins of Life

by Randy Isaac
The term “information” has a connotation of knowledge in the midst of ignorance, an order that arises amid disorder. Information exists everywhere around us, and we spend our lives acquiring, storing, transmitting, and processing it. Yet it is hard for us to define or describe it, in part because the word can be used . . . → Read More: Information, Intelligence, and the Origins of Life

 

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