On Mon, Nov 10, 2008 at 5:39 AM, Bruno Marchal <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
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> PS I think I see the point that you are still missing. I will have to
> explain that whatever the physical universe is, in the case I am Turing
> emulable, the physical universe is NOT turing emulable.


Bruno, this was the item I was asking (or at least had meant to ask) you
about several days ago.  But it was phrased differently, something like "If
I am the universe and the universe is not turning emulable then comp is
false"  Here you are saying the universe is not turning emulable, so if comp
is true that implies "I != universe".  I look forward to your explanation of
why the universe is not Turing emulable.  BTW: Does this apply to just the
Everett Universe, or are there other conceivable universes which are
emulable in addition to the observers they might contain?

Thanks,

Jason

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