# Re: Revisions to my approach. Is it a UD?

```Hi Hal,

To see if your system is a UD, the first thing to do should consist in
writing a program capable of simulating it on a computer, and then to
see for which value of some parameters (on which it is supposed to
dovetail) it simulates a universal Turing machine.
To simulate it on a computer would help you (and us) to interpret the
words that you are using in the description of your system.```
```
Best,

Bruno

On 27 Dec 2008, at 03:27, Hal Ruhl wrote:

>
> Hi everyone:
>
> I have revised my model somewhat and think it might now be a form of
> UD.
>
>
>
> DEFINITIONS:
>
> Distinction:
>
>     That which enables separation [such as red from other colors].
>
> Devisor:
>
>    That which encloses a quantity of distinction. Some divisors are
> collections of divisors. A devisor may be "information" but I will
> not use
> that term here.
>
> MODEL:
>
> 1) Assumption: There is a complete set of all possible divisors
> [call it the
> All].
>
> The All encompasses all distinction. The All is thus a divisor and
> therefore
> contains itself an unbounded number of times - the All(j).
>
> 2) Define N(k) as divisors that encompass zero distinction.  Call them
> Nothing(s).
>
> 3) Define S(i) as divisors that encompass non zero distinction but
> not all
> distinction.  Call them Something(s).
>
> 4) An issue that arises is whether or not divisors are static or
> dynamic.
> They cannot be both.
>
> This requires that all divisors individually encompass the self
> referential
> distinction of being static or dynamic.
>
> 5) At least one divisor type - the Nothings or N(k)- encompass no
> distinction but must encompass this one.  This is a type of
> incompleteness.
>
> The N(k) are thus unstable with respect to their "empty" condition.
> They
> each must at some point spontaneously "seek" to encompass this
> stability
> distinction.  They become evolving S(i) [call them eS(i)].
>
> 6) The result is a "flow" of eS(i) that are encompassing more and more
> distinction.
>
> 7)  The "flow" is a multiplicity of paths of successions of
> transitions from
> temporary copy to temporary copy [copies] of members of the All.  Our
> universe's [our eS(i)'s] path would be one such where the temporary
> copies
> are universe states. As indicated the paths may split into multiple
> paths.
>
> I think this model could be characterized as a UD.
>
> Hal Ruhl
>
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