On Tue, Mar 06, 2007 at 10:54:44PM -0800, Tom Caylor wrote:
> Why wouldn't the *whole* of such a Plenitude be truly superfluous to
> any reality?  According to Bruno's recursion theory argument, most of
> the stuff in the Plenitude is useless junk.  *Someone* (somebody
> bigger that you or I ;) has to decide what is the good stuff.  The
> good stuff IN *all* of the Plenitude, not just part of it.  This is
> what I mean by being in charge of it.
> 
> Tom
> 

I don't see anyone else deciding what the good stuff is except for you
and I and every other observer (or person if you desire) out there
deciding for themselves. This is anthropic selection. There doesn't
seem to be anyone else out there deciding what is good for me.

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