Colin Hales wrote:

> Computationalism is FALSE in the sense that it cannot be used to construct a 
> scientist.
> A scientist deals with the UNKNOWN.
> If you could compute a scientist you would already know everything! Science 
> would be impossible.
> So you can 'compute/simulate' a scientist, but if you could the science must 
> already have been done... 

Why would you say that? Computer simulations can certainly produce results you 
didn't already know about, just look at genetic algorithms.
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