Recent developments in computer science (information) and in DNA as the information code of life, direct us to the consideration that the fundamental essence of all human activities is expressed information of the human mind. By the same consideration, we can also approach the fundamental issue of the ultimate substance and essence of the natural world, behind the various forms of its existence. So, the whole natural world and consequently life and its origin, is in essence Information and as such, i.e. as an intellectual faculty, it is beyond the capabilities of scientific research within empirical science. This paper presents a brief analysis of this approach.
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Frangos, Apostolos Ch.
"A Different Approach to the Problem of Scientific Knowledge,"
Proceedings of the International Conference on Creationism: Vol. 3, Article 29.
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