> But in fact, the only thing that privileges the set of all >computational >operations that we see in nature, is that they are instantiated by >the laws of physics. It is only through our knowledge of the physical >world >that we know of the di.erence between computable and not computable. So >it's only through our laws of physics that the nature of computation can >be understood. It can never be vice versa."
methinks it be just the inverse; the "laws" of fizziks emerge from "underlying" computation, itself the result of initial rules (laws?)... CMR <--enter gratuitous quotation that implies my profundity here-->