An Introduction to the Concept of Immanence as a Physical Quantity: An Approach towards Information & Effect
The physical quantity of immanence is introduced and applied, allowing for a more full comprehension of effect. In mathematical formulations, the complementary co-factors of information and immanence are presented as the source and result of the thermodynamic effect, respectively. As a result, the concept of immanence helps to clarify the relationship between the concepts of information and reality, and leads to the derivative of the principle of immanence development, which may be applied to astrophysical problems like the information paradox (i.e., the question of information loss regarding black holes).
Friedhelm M. Jöge
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