[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> 
> Georges Quénot wrote:
>>
>> 1. It is not so sure that there actually exist sets of
>>    equations of which a "Harry Potter universe" including
>>    a counterpart of you would be a solution.
> 
> 1) Any configuration of material bodies can be represented as a some
> very long number

Unlike some others I did not introduce representations.

One cannot represent "any configuration of material bodies"
by a number with an infinite precision however long the number.
As some mentioned also, you would need a (de)coding scheme.

My 2. and 3. remain anyway.

Georges.

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