By who's logic?
John M
  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Torgny Tholerus 
  To: everything-list@googlegroups.com 
  Sent: Wednesday, February 07, 2007 1:35 PM
  Subject: Re: Searles' Fundamental Error



  Brent Meeker skrev:
  > Torgny Tholerus wrote:
  >   
  >> Mark Peaty skrev:
  >>     
  >>> And next: what do you mean by 'exist'?
  >>>       
  >> 'Exist' is exactly the same as 'mathematical possibility'.
  >>
  >> Our Universe is a mathemathical possibility.  That is why our Universe 
  >> exists.  Every mathematically possible Universe exists in the same way.  
  >> But we can not get in touch with any of the other Universes, so from our 
  >> point of view does the other Universes not exist.
  >>     
  > But what is "mathematical possibility"?  Is it the same as "logically 
possible"?  Does it rule out, "The book is green and the book is red."?  Or 
does it only rule out, "The book is green and the book is not green."?
  >   
  Yes, it is the same as logically possible.  One simple Universe is the 
  Game of Life, with some starting configuration.  This simple Universe 
  exists in the same way as our Universe, even if nobody ever tries this 
  starting configuration.

  -- 
  Torgny Tholerus


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