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|Quote (midwifetoad @ Aug. 17 2011,10:30)|
|I would think it followed deductively rather than inductively.|
1. Information is solely caused by intelligence.
2. A is information.
3. Therefore intelligence is the cause of A.
I think my wording is a bit clearer.
Problem of induction and all that.
1. Information is solely caused by intelligence. (In our very limited experience). And for the level of information required (does not the sound of the wind whistling through the trees tell me its windy?) we can safely replace 'Intelligence" with "man", which is both more honest and precise, but removes their opportunity for analogy wankery.
If they were to try and robustly define 'information' and 'intelligence', one suspects there are a flock of black swans waiting to pounce.
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