Brent Meeker skrev:
> Torgny Tholerus wrote:
>>
>> That is exactly what I wanted to say. You don't need to have a complete
>> description of arithmetic. Our universe can be described by doing a
>> number of computations from a finite set of rules. (To get to the
>> current view of our universe you have to do about 10**60 computations
>> for every point of space...)
>
> How did you arrive at that number?
>
It is the number of Planck times since the birth of Universe. The age of
Universe is 13,7 billion years, number of seconds in a year is 31 million,
and the Planck time is 5,4 * 10**-44 seconds. That gives 13,7*10**9 *
31*10**6 / (5,4*10**-44) = 8*10**60.

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