I make a distinction in the model between "fully deterministic rule sets" 
and those that have some random content.

I have identified "fully deterministic rule sets" as those where all that 
is required is the rules and the initial state to produce all successor states.

I distinguish this from systems such as the logistic equation by drawing 
attention to the instability in the model of each successive 
"Something".  The isomorphic link of a universe to the latest "Something" 
must be made while that "Something" is manifest.

This effectively truncates "computation" of successive states of systems 
such as the logistic equation and makes them in effect fully deterministic 
in the way that modeling them on a finite computer forces them into closed 
loops even if very large ones.



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