Le 17-mai-05, à 22:39, Stephen Paul King a écrit :
There is still one question that needs to be answered: what is it that gives rise to the differentiation necessary for one "description" to "bruise" (or cause any kind of change) in another "description" if we disallow for some thing that acts as an "interface" between the two.
What forms the "interface" in your theory?
I think we should come back to the difference between your assumptions and mine. For me "interface" and "resource" are the thing I would like to explain. But I accept the notion that 0 is a number, and if x is a number then x+1 is a number, etc.
Utimately interface and resource are explained in term of the rlation between those numbers. I think you assume at the start a physical world. I don't need that hypothesis.