Shannon Info, Jung-Paul Synchro, digital holographic DNA cosmology stuffing

Is preparing food for my nerdrons: Claude Shannon's Information Theory and DNA sequencing as fresh news that seems to me a hopeful avenue for some cutting edge research: 
"What they prove is that there is a channel capacity that defines a maximum rate of information flow during the process of sequencing. " It gives the maximum number of DNA base pairs that can be resolved per read, by any assembly algorithm, without regard to computational limitations," they say."http://www.technologyreview.com/blog/arxiv/27689/
it's a long wynding story, if you wanna' likkle primer, watch this short video about Claude Shannon. I see this being useful as providing a framework (Shannon's infomation theory) for thinking about human DNA RNA synthesis, and calculating better--more efficiently--so as to speed up the emerging DNA based medicine and therapy. It could be useful for every single aspect of human biological medicine, and at the same time, makes an explicit link between 'digital bits' and 'the biological 'binary' aspects of biology. '
So, to continue on this tip, and explain myself a little, it's been my hunch over the last 3 or so years that the 'holographic principle' co-founded by Dutch Nobel prized physicist: 'Gerard t'hooft' and 'information theory' as developed by Claude Shannon, underly a somewhat hermetic 'unified theory'. The above link to DNA sequencing, and the following link to 'cosmological' BIT Theory, if you like, are examples for the seriousness of this pretty 'far out' idea that, in some sense, the whole universe seems contained within each atom! or you could say a 'Digital' Universe, or better yet Multi-verse. As above, a new 'Digital' DNA information theory, and below:
"Hogan’s noise arises if space is made of chunks. Blocks. Bits. Hogan’s noise would imply that the universe is digital."http://www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm?id=is-space-digital
 p.s Physicist Jack Sarfatti has proposed similar idea's that include Shannon's maxim's, and a neurological-cosmological ratio. I picked up on these ideas via Dr Robert Anton Wilson, who I suspect picked up some of these ideas from Jack, Saul Paul Sirag, David Bohm and others from the now legendary Bay Area based 'Physics Consciousness Research Group' that he attended.

--Steve Fly


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