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Programming The Universe: A Quantum Computer Scientist Takes on the Cosmos Paperback – 5 Apr 2007
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"Seth Lloyd is an authoritative and often funny guide to this head-bending stuff...startlingly novel" (Stephen Poole Guardian)
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that why and how "Information" is the next at the door "paradigm shift" for human intellect.
As some physical realities caused Classical Mechanics to be sorted by Quantum Mechanics,
now Quantum Mechanics lacks "Information Mechanics" to explain the seemingly immpossible things
of it's own domain. This book is a must-a-read for all levels of people who are interested in science,
universe,complexity,computation and future.