> Hi Folks,
> After a decade of procrastination, I've finally finished writing up a
> sequel to that paper that I wrote back in 1996 (Is "the theory of
> everything'' merely the ultimate ensemble theory?) that's been the
> subject of so much interesting discussion in this group.
> It's entitled "The Mathematical Universe", and you'll find it at
> http://arxiv.org/pdf/0704.0646 and http://space.mit.edu/home/tegmark/toe.html
> - I'd very much appreciate any comments that you may have.
I have now read "The Mathematical Universe", and I have found it very
good. I agree with everything you write there. I found the CUH
(Computable Universe Hypothesis) very good, and most interesting was VII
G 2 (Abandoning the continuum altogether), that is exactly what I
One problem I have not yet solved, is how to get all directions isomorph
if you have a discrete space-time. Maybe someone on this this list can
help me solve that problem?
Max, a suggestion to you is to skip the concept of "infinity" totally.
Your reasoning will be true even if you have a finite, but enough big,
universe. You don't need the infinity.
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