The General Theory of Information by Dr. Christian Bach
Origin of Truth and Hope (Volume 1)

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The purpose of this book is to articulate a general theory of information, and to define its two key concepts: nonlocal information and nonlocality. The scientific validity of the theory is derived from the Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen (EPR) experiment, and the fact that time equals zero at the speed of light. An analysis of information processes in the EPR-experiment reveals properties that serve as the basis of a novel nonlocal mindset. A nonlocal paradigm allows thinking the unthinkable, and speaking, or developing a language for, the unspeakable, beyond the paradigmatic scope of normal science, unimpeded by established concepts and unconstrained by local reality. Suspension of previous knowledge may be necessary to allow growth of new knowledge about nonlocal aspects of reality that lie outside of our experience of an observable local reality.

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Published August 10, 2012 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 150 pages
Genres: Science & Math.

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Authors Bach and Belardo use Einstein’s Theories of Relativity and quantum physics to establish a philosophical paradigm they say will lead to hope and happiness for mankind.

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These are to make sense out of the universe in terms of reality, taking into account the various theories that deal with either the smallness of the universe, quantum theory or the largeness, relativity theory.

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