Wei, of course you should not take it too seriously -
e.g., some of the Great Programmers
in the nested universes are quite dumb devices indeed :-)
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> On Fri, Sep 28, 2001 at 05:57:18PM +0200, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> > But there _is_ a modern religion based on universal principles.
> > More precisely, on universal computers.
> > According to the Great Programmer Religion, the Great Programmer wrote a
> > very short program that computes all computable universes. One of them
> > is ours.
> Juergen, are you really serious about this religion? I always thought the
> Great Programmer was just a pedagogical device to explain your theory.