[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
>It seems to me there is objective connection between observer moments,
>based on the laws of physics and state evolution. If state B follows
>from state A by the time evolution described by a simple set of laws,
>it can be said to be linked to A.
>This approach says nothing about observers per se. One state of a flowing
>river can be linked to another if the one is the time evolution of the
>Time is an objective phenomenon, just like space, and the simplest laws
>of physics which describe our universe will include the notion of time.
>Once you have time and space you can objectively define the continuous
>evolution of system state over time. This lets you objectively link
>observer moments, when the systems involved are observers.
Possible and quite respectable philosophy. But incompatible with comp.