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36,706.  Far too often when citizens seek records from our government, they are met with long delays, denials and difficulty.  Federal agencies can routinely and repeatedly deny requests for information with near impunity.  Making the situation worse, requesters have few alternatives to lawsuits to appeal an agency’s decision.  (Government: Secret & Information)  John Cornyn

 

 

6,760.  Information is not knowledge.  (Knowledge & Information)  Albert Einstein

 

 

7,341.  We are the kind of animal that consumes information.   It’s a language we move to wherever we go.  Often unconsciously.  But now information is starting to redefine our world.  Its geography and its economy.  (Information & Computer)  Horizon: The Electronic Frontier, 1993

 

7,342.  Until now information has mostly moved around by phone.  (Information & Computer)  ibid.

 

7,343.  In this world everything – literature, music, speech, even art – is so many dots and zeros of digitalised information.  And the computer deals with it indiscriminately.  (Information & Computer)  ibid.

 

7,344.  But how can you protect something that has no physical existence and can be copied or changed undetectable?  (Information & Computer)  ibid.

 

7,345.  The camera can now lie.  (Information & Computer & Camera)  ibid.

 

 

3,308.  Hawking’s revelation was that black holes instead of lasting for ever as everyone thought eventually disappear.  Leaving no trace of anything.  Including what Physics consider a fundamental part of reality: information .... Information can never be destroyed.  (Black Hole & Information)  Horizon: What is Reality? 2011

 

3,309.  Lenny [Susskind] realised that if black holes were like holograms, then there is only one place where their information can be stored: the Event Horizon.  Which would mean it would never fall in, and it would never be destroyed.  (Black Hole & Information & Hologram)  ibid. 

 

 

3,338.  The celebrated physicist Stephen Hawking proposed that if mini black holes exist then they must emit radiation, which has been called Hawking Radiation.  It is believed that this radiation will cause a tiny black hole to evaporate, and potentially to disappear.  Hawking gave mathematical evidence that showed that when a tiny black hole forms and then evaporates some of the information that went into the black hole never comes back out.  This startling prediction caused a fire-storm amongst physicists.  Because the laws of quantum theory insist that information can never be completely destroyed.  (Black Hole & Quantum Physics & Information & Universe)  The Universe s2e2: Cosmic Hole, 2007

 

 

3,376.  Every time a bit of information is erased, we know it doesn’t disappear.  It goes out into the environment.  It may be horribly scrambled and confused, but it never really gets lost.  It’s just converted into a different form.  (Black Hole & Information)  Leonard Susskind

 

 

5,848.  There is no absolute knowledge ... All information is imperfect.  (Evolution & Science & Physics & Knowledge & Information & Humanity)  Jacob Bronowski, The Ascent of Man: Knowledge or Certainty ***** 11/13

 

5,858.  All knowledge, all information, between human beings can only be exchanged within a play of tolerance.  (Evolution & Science & Physics & Knowledge & Information & Humanity)  ibid.

 

 

6,738.  Knowledge is of two kinds.  We know a subject ourselves, or we know where we can find information on it.  (Knowledge & Information)  Samuel Johnson

 

 

7,336.  Today’s things are so inefficient.  All this paper ... So I think information is very fundamental.  Bill Gates, interview Horizon: The Electronic Frontier, 1993   

 

7,337.  This is the information age.  And the computer is the tool of the information age.  (Information & Computer)  ibid.    

 

 

7,338.  The number of bits to which we have access has grown dramatically.  Computers can now store and process enormous amounts of information extremely rapidly.  In our time a revolution has begun.  A revolution perhaps as significant as the evolution of DNA and nervous systems and the invention of writing.  (Information & Computer & Revolution & Data)  Professor Carl Sagan & Ann Druyan, Cosmos: The Persistence of Memory, 1979

 

 

7,339.  In the long run I certainly hope information is the cure for fanaticism.  But I am afraid information is more the cause than the cure.  (Information & Fanatic)  Daniel C Dennett

 

 

7,340.  I only ask for information.  Charles Dickens, David Copperfield, Miss Rosa Dartle

 

 

7,346.  It turns out that people overwhelmingly are not that interested in communicating with information, people are interested in communicating with each other.  (Information & Computer & Communication & Telephone)  Howard Rheingold, author The Virtual Community, interview Horizon: The Electronic Frontier, 1993

 

 

7,347.  The past years has been filled with revelations about private detectives and journalists illegal accessing personal information on celebrities.  But there is also a lucrative black market in information about you and me.  All your secrets are up for sale.  (Information & Detective & Secret)  Dispatches: Watching the Detectives, Channel 4 2012

 

7,348.  The Data Protection Act 1998 is supposed to safeguard our personal information.  (Information & Data)  ibid.

 

7,349.  We put in a Freedom of Information request to the Department for Work and Pensions asking how many times their staff had been disciplined for data offences over the past year.  Their response: 992 in just ten months.  (Information & Data)  ibid.

 

 

7,450.  It is a capital mistake to theorize before one has data.  Insensibly one begins to twist facts to suit theories, instead of theories to suit facts.  (Information & Data & Theory & Fact & Empirical)  Arthur Conan Doyle, Sherlock Holmes

 

 

7,451.  Withholding information is the essence of tyranny.  Control of the flow of information is the tool of the dictatorship.  (Information & Tyranny & Dictatorship)  Bruce Coville

 

 

7,452.  When action grows unprofitable, gather information; when information grows unprofitable, sleep.  (Information & Action)  Ursula K Le Guin, The Left Hand of Darkness

 

 

7,453.  The problems are solved, not by giving new information, but by arranging what we have known since long.  (Information & Problem)  Ludwig Wittgenstein, Philosophical Investigations

 

 

7,454.  It is a very sad thing that nowadays there is so little useless information.  Oscar Wilde

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