Le 27-sept.-07, à 02:09, Russell Standish wrote to Hal Finney:

> However, it does seem to be true that not all strings are capable of
> being interpreted as an observer moment of a conscious observer.


I still would appreciate what do you mean by a string being interpreted 
as an observer moment of an observer, without comp.
Without comp, I don't find any clear definition of "interpretation" 
which gives sense in such a context.
(Wait perhaps my comment of the post you have addressed to me ...).

Bruno


http://iridia.ulb.ac.be/~marchal/


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