The mass-energy-information equivalence principle

This paper from Melvin M. Vopson seems to support what Nassim has been saying.

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Landauer’s principle formulated in 1961 states that logical irreversibility implies physical irreversibility and demonstrated that information is physical. Here we formulate a new principle of mass-energy-information equivalence proposing that a bit of information is not just physical, as already demonstrated, but it has a finite and quantifiable mass while it stores information. In this framework, it is shown that the mass of a bit of information at room temperature (300K) is 3.19 × 10-38 Kg. To test the hypothesis we propose here an experiment, predicting that the mass of a data storage device would increase by a small amount when is full of digital information relative to its mass in erased state. For 1Tb device the estimated mass change is 2.5 × 10-25 Kg."

Mass is Energy is Information. A bit of information has a size, mass, and energy. That is the size, mass, and angular momentum of the Planck Spherical Unit. (All such quantities are fractally divisible, and fractally synergistic.

The Planck Spherical Unit (PSU) would be the common denominator at our scale. It’s mass, size, and energy resolve the apparent chaos of the cosmos into identifiable bits of change - that are themselves infinitely divisible, fractally speaking, and cosmos’ unto themselves bearing Creation within.

At the scale of the proton, the PSU is the information bit of this cosmos, at OUR scale, the ‘lingua franca’ or ‘common language’, or ‘currency of Creation’ - from our vantage point within it, from our scale. Smaller scales are much much faster, and make photons look like stacked bricks. Our time at our scale is inconceivably fast to a consciousness - an intelligently responsive node - on the scale of galaxies.

The Planck Spherical Unit has a mass, a size, and an energy, and an information content. That’s how it unifies the very small quantum cosmos with the very large cosmic cosmos. And it is infinitely divisible into smaller much faster parts by sub-Plancks. Plancks are in the middle in scale between sub-Plancks and protons. Protons are exactly in the middle in scale between Planck Spherical Units and our Cosmos. Our Cosmos is exactly in the middle scale-wise between our protons and the Universe - the One Big Indivisible Thing in which we dance our lives, and which dances our lives in Us, at all scales always…

Just because that’s what it does - irrespective of “good” and “evil”.

Prediction: So as the conscious Cosmos, like any “digital storage device”, gathers information about itself over time, it gains mass, as new PSUs, and or new protons?

Does that sound right?