Peter Jones writes:

> > > I can say that a hydrogen atom can't compute an entire virtual
> > > universe,
> > > because there isn't enough "room".
> >
> > If you can map multiple computation states to one physical state, then all 
> > the requisite computations can be run in parallel on a very limited 
> > physical system.
> Hmm. Including limitations in time?

Yes, if an infinite number of finite computations are run simultaneously on a 
system with a finite number of physical states.

Stathis Papaioannou
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