No fair using time in your definition of time.

Brent Meeker

On 04-Mar-01, Saibal Mitra wrote:
>  Since conventional physics is sufficient to give (at least in
> principle) a complete description of the human brain, a partial
> ordering on the set of all possible observer moments S can be defined
> as follows:
>  First we choose an arbitrary brain B.
>  If x1 and x2 are elements of S, then x1 < x2 iff both x1 and x2 can
> be experienced by B and an initial condition specifying the entire
> state of the (conventional) universe including that of B exists such
> that x1 is experienced by B at some time t1 and x2 is experienced at
> some time t2 and t1 < t2.
>  On any totally ordered subset of S one thus also has a definition of
> time. So, even if one believes that nothing but OM's exists, one can
> still define useful concepts on S.
>  Saibal

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