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(Question) Fractals as a imaginary drives.

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hobold:

--- Quote from: gerrit on April 16, 2021, 08:52:19 PM ---Moreover, a normal number contains unicode code for all books, even the ones that are not written yet.

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And all variations with all possible minor and major typos, minor and major mistakes, insignificant and significant errors ...

In short, it contains a lot of bits, but not a lot of truth. Or even only actual information.

gerrit:
[Normal numbers]


--- Quote from: hobold on April 17, 2021, 12:52:13 AM ---And all variations with all possible minor and major typos, minor and major mistakes, insignificant and significant errors ...
In short, it contains a lot of bits, but not a lot of truth. Or even only actual information.

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One may wonder if such numbers really exist. Like the largest number that can be defined in twelve or less words. Chaitin wrote a whole book about it.

lkmitch:
Normal numbers certainly exist, but it's very difficult to prove that a given number is normal, except for constructed examples like 0.123456789101112..., etc.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Normal_number#Properties_and_examples

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