Our hero first solves physics and then programs a physical simulator
to create a universe. You would argue that what he needed was to
execute a universal dovetailer and physics would appear as a
consequence (to the inhabitants of said universe(s)). Right?

Telmo Menezes.

On Tue, Nov 18, 2008 at 11:23 AM, Bruno Marchal <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Hi,
> A joke could hardly been wrong, yet, if taken seriously enough, a joke
> could be made more correct! (and probably less funny, but that's not
> the point).
> How would you make "correct" the joke here:
> Hint: step 7
> This question is addressed mainly to Jason and Kory, who, it seems to
> me,  have still a little problem with step 7, if I may say,
> Bruno
> >

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