Interchangeability Quotes (1 quote)
The words are strung together, with their own special grammarthe laws of quantum theoryto form sentences, which are molecules. Soon we have books, entire libraries, made out of molecular sentences. The universe is like a library in which the words are atoms. Just look at what has been written with these hundred words! Our own bodies are books in that library, specified by the organization of molecules—but the universe and literature are organizations of identical, interchangeable objects; they are information systems.