Russell Standish <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
> Temporal recurrance requires a finite set of states, or an upper bound
> on the information contained with observer moments. In the sorts of
> plenitudes considered here, there is no such upper bound - OMs can
> contain aribitrarily large amounts of information.
> If we we really did live in Jorge's library of Babel (which is
> finite), then indeed temporal recurrence will be a feature. However,
> if that were the case, we'd have an inexplicable number (the number of
> books in the library).

How do you explain so that QTI allows (from a first person
perspective) this temporal reccurance? I think with this theory you'll
can to follow a same set of instants for an eternity (even if, from a
third person perspective, you'll follow every possible branches)
whereas the probability, on an infinite
lenght of time that you follow anothers sets, will tend towards to infinite...

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