In a previous blog I proposed that information may assume a great number of forms (infinite?). (see the Spam architecture posting for visual example).
We need to evolve from reading information via textual and linguistic communication to recognizing other possible forms of information.
As we evolve to recognize other possible forms of information. The result of this inquiry may lead us to the recognization of multinformations.
Multinformation may increase our ability to communicate and our ability to think, perceive and process information.
Multinformation may also lead us to the realization that the environments around us may-be “texts” that may be “read” once we decipher the multinformational code.
We can already read the rings of a tree trunk as documentation of the contextual seasons throught the years. We have reated tools that take biopsies of our organs so we can read them (we can also do this to ice, and to our earth).
What else around us contains information that we still don’t know how to “read”.
Mina: an abbreviation for “most if not all”