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Richard, To Store Information,these Particles Have To Be Ordered

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Posted by Alexander on October 18, 2001 20:34:21 UTC

Because particles are identical (or only of a few kinds), you can not store information in themselves - you have to arrange tham in some kind of structure corresponding to the information to be stored. Each living creature in the Universe had billions of bits of information -you need to store so much information in the array of these particles WITHOUT CHANGE (=afterlife) that each time something dies, ther should be billions particles rearranged and their mutual position "frozen" forever.

How realistic it that?

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