James Higgo wrote: >Bruno, you are simply making assumptions which I consider unwarranted. >Belgium is one such assumption. Your intellect is a number-construction as >much as numbers are a construct of your intellect.
I was *not* assuming Belgium. Perhaps it will be time to make our assumptions more transparent. >I consistently argue that asking why >rare things are rare is failing to understand anthropic reasoning. Where? But the problem is that white rabbits are NOT rare. We *see* them rarely, because 1) with QM most are destroyed by interference with "minus white rabbits"; 2) with George's plenitude they are rare because of consciousness (but this remain to be explained ...); 3) with comp, I have (just) isolated the mathematical framework for showing they are also destroyed by interference (and that is linked with deriving QM from comp). Bruno