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Werner Gitt

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Werner Gitt (born 1937) is a German engineer and a young-earth creationist.[1]

Information theory[edit]

Gitt wrote the book In the Beginning was Information (1997), in which he proposes that no information can exist without a code, and that information has to have a mental origin - which he claims comes from God. Scientists have explained in detail where he goes wrong in his arguments (also see information theory).[2][3]