Well, I think our main disagreement is more to do with time than the difference between physics and cognition; I’m assuming a computational view of logic; where there are stepwise states separated by something that brings the system from one state to the next state. As the “something” that brings a system it is assisting from one state into another state is itself going to necessarily always be noisy, there will always be a friction or entropy of some sort bearing down on it, even if it can removed internally temporarily through these helper systems

 Well, I think our main disagreement is more to do with time than the difference between physics and cognition;
I’m assuming a computational view of logic; where there are stepwise states separated by something that brings the system from one state to the next state.
As the “something” that brings a system it is assisting from one state into another state is itself going to necessarily always be noisy, there will always be a friction or entropy of some sort bearing down on it, even if it can removed internally temporarily through these helper systems

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