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TopNewestScott Aaronson,lecture,exercise 6,i am struggling to answer,pls share if anyone has done it,(it is a link shared by david m on this topic

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Surely the holographic bound is just the limit you ask about?

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yep :)

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What is this sir??? So difficult to interpret that arrow!!

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What does this mean on earth?

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Hmm? Please elaborate....

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Hahaha.. very sorry.. but didn't realise that that arrow was hyperlinked!! :D

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