`Hal Finney wrote:`

Again, this is not really a multiverse question. I hate to be negative, but there are other forums for exploring nonstandard physics concepts.

`Alright I take your chastisement somewhat, while also grumbling a bit about list-fascism.`

`For one thing it's possible that such a model, were it a valid reformulation, may be easier to equate`

to a computational/information-theoretic model of the universe/multiverse (which is in list-scope) than

the standard formulation, in that it (the push model) gives a discretizable, local-interaction based

model for the curvature of space-time.

to a computational/information-theoretic model of the universe/multiverse (which is in list-scope) than

the standard formulation, in that it (the push model) gives a discretizable, local-interaction based

model for the curvature of space-time.

`Eric`