Reference: “Estimation of the information contained in the visible matter of the universe” by Melvin M. Vopson 10 Oct., 20201. SciTechDaily
“Estimate measures information encoded in particles opens a door to practical experiment.”
6 x 10 to 80th-degree bits of information:
“postulates how much information could be compressed into a single elementary particle.”
Multiple theories contend that information is physical and can be measured.
In previous studies, Vopson postulated that information is a fifth state of matter alongside solid, liquid, gas, and plasma and that dark matter could be information. Vopson’s study also included the derivation of a formula that reproduces accurately the well-known Eddington number, the total number of protons in the observable universe.
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