Saibal Mitra wrote:
> 
> I would thus say:
> 
> The MWI of quantum physics implies that all logical possible universes
> actually exist, because they can all be simulated inside a single universe,
> and the MWI guarantees that every posible simulation is actually being run
> on a computer in some branch.
> 

This is an interesting point. Thanks for making it. Note that
Schmidhuber already shows that his whole ensemble can be found as an
element of itself. I show that the Schmidhuber ensemble can be found
as an element of the (axiomatic) Tegmark ensemble, which is itself as
subset of the Schmidhuber one. The Multiverse is an element of the
Tegmark ensemble. Now you demonstrate that that the Schmidhuber
ensemble can be found within the Multiverse. Well done! This seems to
pretty much complete the circle, and removes logical primacy from any
of the concepts. 

                                                        Cheers

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