General Science and Philosophy


Communication Dimensions of Matter, Energy and Information

Authors: Vladimir Aksayskiy

The article provides some thoughts about the physical meaning of information. On the basis of human empirical knowledge, a frivolous equation of the dimensional connection of matter to energy and information is proposed. From the equation it follows that in a closed system information has the dimension of the square of the impulse. In an open, evolving system, information has the dimension of the square of force. Within the framework of this interpretation, knowledge is power, ready for action. In addition, it becomes possible to more clearly distinguish information from the message. The message, in contrast to information, obeys the Landauer principle, according to which any generator, transmitter, and receiver of a message is a heat source within the framework of a black body model.

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