While information may be finite, for all practical purposes it is closer to infinite (given that the universe is practically infinite).
And knowledge is certainly not reducible to information compression (given the conventional definition of knowledge).
Maybe I have a semantic problem, but the two key postulates seem to be flawed. In any case, the quantifiability of knowledge seems to have nothing to do with its reproducibility or pseudo-science.
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