I woke up this morning from an odd but not unpleasant dream, which initially featured zombie like re-animated dead people (they could talk but not move much) who basically appeared puzzled as to why they were alive again. To one of them talking about death, I made a comment along the lines that matter may eventually disappear, but information is never lost. He scoffed at the suggestion, saying that he couldn't see how that made sense, as you needed matter to encode information.
Dream-me then had some exciting insight into information leaking into another universe, and the idea that other universe information watchers became the people who decided what was moral or not in this universe. I ran off somewhere in a dream Brisbane to write it all down, but someone rudely suggested it might just be a good plot for Dr Who.
I have the feeling seafood somehow got involved too.
Anyway, I woke up to think for a while if there is any theory floating around that does involve information never being lost. (I keep remembering a line from Spielberg's AI when I think about this.)
I then watched David Leyonhjelm (or his missus) brushing a cat.