> If the universe is computationallu simulable, then any universal
> Turing machine will do for a "higher hand". In which case, the
> information needed is simply the shortest possible program for
> simulating the universe, the length of which by definition is the
> information content of the universe.

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What I meant to compare is 2 situations (I've taken an SAS doing the
simulations for now although i do not think it is required):
1) just our universe A consisting of minimal information
2) An interested SAS in another universe wants to simulate some
universes; amongst which is also universe A, ours.
Now we live in universe A; but the question we can ask ourselves is if
we live in 1) or 2). (Although one can argue there is no actual
difference).
Nevertheless, my proposition is that we live in 1; since 2 does exist
but is less probable than 1.
information in 1 = inf(A)
information in 2 = inf(simulation_A) + inf(SAS) + inf(possible other
stuff) = inf(A) + inf(SAS) + inf(possible other stuff) > inf(A)
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