I suppose that was the concession I was trying to make as far as the idea of information goes (don't get me wrong I had to look it up first). In a way I find information a very elegant term, because if you look into something long enough, study it deeply enough and with enough open-mindedness (including oneself), I think it reveals that connection it has to everything else, past and otherwise. Because the information it has was formed by the action of it's existence upon it.
In a way the CMB is a memory of what this existence once was. Is that what you're saying?
I am sorry for not understanding what "CMB" is, but it sounds like you are on the right track. This is the last I will post about it in this thread as not to derail it from your original intent. Regardless of how you view knowledge, this is a very cool discovery.
I will leave you with this:
Meno: …But how will you look for something when you don’t in the least know what it is? How on earth are you going to set up something you don’t know as the object of your search? To put it another way, even if you come right up against it, how will you know that what you’ve found is the thing you didn’t know?"
Socrates: "You are arguing that a man cannot search either for what he knows or for what he does not know. He cannot search for what he knows since he knows it; there isn’t any need to look for what’s not lost. Nor can he search for what he does not know; for then he does not know what to look for."