I have tried to find material discussing the following idea but have 
not found any yet so I would appreciate comments.

The idea is based in the description of objects.

It was recently pointed out to me as being an aspect of my model by 
Alastair Malcolm.

The idea is presented below and its result appears to be to exclude 
continuums from universes.


1) There is a list of all possible properties of objects.

2) The list and all its sublists are the descriptions of all possible objects.

By Cantor's diagonal argument lists can be no more than countably 
infinite in length.

An object's spacial coordinates are part of its description [its 
sublist] but because the full list is at most only countably infinite 
in length there can not be a continuum of spacial coordinates on 
it.  The same would apply to an object's time coordinates.

Universes are objects described by sub lists of the full list and 
consist of sets of other sub lists but as such universes can not 
contain continuums of spacial or temporal coordinates or continuums 
of any other property its objects might have.

As an aside, in my  current model the full list and its sub lists are 
both description and object.  Objects interact by mutually 
changing  just one property - their location on a Physical Reality 
dimension.  The change is just a shifting of boundaries between sublists.

Hal Ruhl


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