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'''Info death''' or '''information death''' is a term often related to [[cryonics]] that can be summed up as; permanent death, where the brain's structure (or whatever implementation we're talking about) is destroyed in an irreversible manner, where no information can be recovered.
 
'''Info death''' or '''information death''' is a term often related to [[cryonics]] that can be summed up as; permanent death, where the brain's structure (or whatever implementation we're talking about) is destroyed in an irreversible manner, where no information can be recovered.
  
After a certain amount of time, too much damage or has occurred to a brain, that either most or all of its information is no longer retrievable due to the forces of [[entropy]].
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After a certain amount of time, too much damage has occurred to a brain, that either most or all of its information is no longer retrievable due to the forces of [[entropy]].
 
== External links ==
 
== External links ==
 
* {{wikipedia|Information-theoretic death}}
 
* {{wikipedia|Information-theoretic death}}
 
[[Category:Cryonics]]
 
[[Category:Cryonics]]
 
[[Category:Life extensionism]]
 
[[Category:Life extensionism]]

Latest revision as of 21:34, 21 September 2016

Info death or information death is a term often related to cryonics that can be summed up as; permanent death, where the brain's structure (or whatever implementation we're talking about) is destroyed in an irreversible manner, where no information can be recovered.

After a certain amount of time, too much damage has occurred to a brain, that either most or all of its information is no longer retrievable due to the forces of entropy.

External links