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comment Why is light in vacuum so slow?
"Since specifying the physical state of a finite volume requires only a finite amount of information, one can predict the future, at least to some degree." Not to any significant degree, no. Quantum effects and chaotic error propagation are insurmountable confounding factors. "It's then doubtful if life could evolve in such an unpredictable universe." Why do you say that? This sentence came out of left field.
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