Matter and information as attributes of substance
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Until now, there is no explicit clarity about the question whether information, as similar to energy and mass, can be visualized as fundamental constituent of this universe or not, a question which is presently disputed. We follow here the line of argument which follows the first alternative, and give reasons for this by starting in terms of a metaphysical conception.
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