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|Quote (fnxtr @ Mar. 29 2010,15:46)|
|Quote (Tony M Nyphot @ Mar. 29 2010,12:58)|
I read your post. I have a simple question for clarification.
Was the CSI you measured in your example contained in :
† 1. the word "aardvark",
† 2. the definition of that word,
† 3. or in an actual aardvark?
Is there more CSI if the definition is in French? German? Czech? †
What's the CSI in ASL, GI Joe?
Is it different from the CSI in English?
Why, or why not? How did you measure/calculate/invent it?
Does a bigger aardvark have more CSI than a smaller one? How about age? Does age affect CSI? What if one's just eaten a big pile of ants, and another hasn't eaten in 3 days? How much more CSI is in the full one?
What if we freeze the aardvark?
Math is just a language of reality. Its a waste of time to know it. - Robert Byers
There isn't any probability that the letter d is in the word "mathematics"... ¬†The correct answer would be "not even 0" - JoeG