1Z wrote:
> Brent Meeker wrote:
>>I'm considering rejecting the idea that a computation can be
>>distinguished from noise by some internal characteristic of the
>>computation.  I don't think you can make the idea of "information hidden
>>in noise" well defined.  By Shannon's measure noise is information.
> You can easily distinguish computation from noise using counterfactuals

Can you make that more concrete - an example perhaps?

Brent Meeker

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