On Oct 25, 7:59 am, "Wei Dai" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> I don't care
> about (1) and (3) because those universes are too arbitrary or random, and I
> can defend that by pointing to their high algorithmic complexities.

In (3) the universe doesn't have a high aIgorithmic complexity.

Any theory that just says "we only care about universes with low
algorithmic complexity" leads to (3) (assuming that, by "the
universe", you have the usual meaning of "that vast space we seem to
live in" rather than "my immediate perceptions".) The specific reason
I like UDASSA is because it gives you a framework for saying, "the
universe, plus my index in the universe, has a low algorithmic
complexity."


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