I wrote an essay for the FQXi essay contest. This year’s theme is “It from bit or bit from it?” and I decided to write about the extent to which Wheeler’s “it from bit” helps us to understand the origin of quantum probabilities from a subjective Bayesian point of view. You can go here to read and rate the essay and it would be especially great if any fellow FQXi members would do that.

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