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No observer can observe and get all the information of the current state of the whole universe.

Since the definition of the “universe” is “everything”, any observer must be part of the universe. Also, in the universe, any observer has at least one thing it cannot observe directly—itself.

Therefore, no observer can observe the whole universe in all details.

— Me@2022.09.30 07:57:46 PM


Can a part of a painting represent all the information of the whole?


(Kn: Yes, if excluding itself.)

That is exactly my point.


“Yes only if that part does not contain that part itself” is equivalent to “no”.

— Me@2016-08-20 03:30:26 PM



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