[Fis] FIS discussions. Other Info Conundrums
jose luis perez velazquez
jlpvjlpv at gmail.com
Fri Oct 25 16:12:21 CEST 2019
Indeed, "It takes energy/information to rise well the kids", and for
that matter, to do anything, for, as Ramon already pointed out a few days
ago, Landauer's, and possibly others' , works showed that changes in
information are accompanied by changes in energy... which perhaps are
giving us a clue as to how to proceed to resolve the "information
On Fri, Oct 25, 2019 at 3:04 PM Bruno Marchal <marchal at ulb.ac.be> wrote:
> Hi Jose,
> > On 24 Oct 2019, at 16:52, jose luis perez velazquez <jlpvjlpv at gmail.com>
> > Hola. I cannot help but commenting that, regarding your point 3- The
> hypercommunication paradox, it is reminiscent of what we see in the nervous
> system, too much communication (in our case we study synchrony) is bad, too
> little is equally bad, healthy communication requires medium values...
> Ramon and I expounded this topic in the last January's New year lecture, if
> you may recall. I always enjoy when same phenomenon may emerge in very
> different levels, in this case from neurons to "civilised” societies
> This reminds me a theory I made about good and bad parents.
> Bad parents are those who say always “No” to their kids, or always “Yes”.
> Good parents are those giving a reasonable amount of (senseful) “yes” and
> I did not relate this with information content, but here too, things go
> well when the kids get a reasonable amount of mixed “yes” and “no” (high
> information content).
> To be sure there are also the ultra-bad (perverse) parents, which gives a
> reasonable amount of “yes” and “no”, but in a perverse way making “yes” and
> “no” losing their content. That case is more rare, of course.
> It takes energy/information to rise well the kids, but, fortunately
> perhaps, it takes also energy/information for destroying them. Note that
> only in the case of good and ultra-bad parent does the *content* of
> information plays a role.
> Bruno Marchal
> > Au revoir
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