The Information: A History, a Theory, a Flood Quiz

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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

What did Alan Turing reduce human thought to? (from Chapter 7)

2.

What did the study of thermodynamics not state about the movement of energy? (from Chapter 9)

3.

Why are people able to recall the name of a tune? (from Chapter 11)

4.

By 1930, what had replaced the telegraph as the most advanced means of communication? (from Chapter 6)

5.

How did Bertrand Russell address conflicting results produced by the Principia Mathematica? the problem of these recursive paradoxes by simply making them against the rules of his formal system. (from Chapter 6)

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