In response to Jason you wrote:
>An OM is a state of a machine. In as far as the machine is embedded
>in space, the the OM is spread across space. Successive OMs involve
In my model a universe is an incomplete entity [a Something or a Nothing]
within the Everything [the ALL(s) + the Nothing(s)[nesting provides the
multiplicity]] that is driven towards completeness by un-resolvable
meaningful [to that entities current state] questions that require
resolution. I suppose this constitutes a "machine".
I wonder if these conclusions - [machines/dynamics] - indeed impose the
property of having space like aspects on the Everything in addition to time
like aspects? Further - would that in turn give it a wider "physical"
>ie must differ by at least a bit. Therefore, OMs must
>also be extended in time by some finite amount, rather than be of
>Of course this finite amount of time will be
How do you mean that. I do not see that state dwell duration differs within
a given universe. I also do not see a fixed value even for a particular
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