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Originally posted by stereologistIf people actually want to test the graph they should be looking for events that falsify the graph. In other words look at sequences that are reductions in novelty and see what lies there. Those are the parts of the graph that appear to be overlooked - possibly on purpose.
What sort of sequence would show a reduction in novelty over time? To me that would imply something become less complex, less connected over time.
If you can think of something which shows less novelty over time I am willing to hear it.
Don't tell me that kind of crash was predictable that day.
Originally posted by stereologist
reply to post by Zagari
My definition would not be useful since the graph is supposed to be plotting McKenna's definition of novel.